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LD270.81 
1955 




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All men are born with an urge to lead, 

Some with true power while others lack strength, 

Always striving to make another man heed, 

But the greater of them will rule at length. 

Even into rage and fits of despair. 

Too many favors and fairness we swallow, 

Never rehearsing the noblest prayer. 

Dear Lord, make me willing to follow: 

That time will come when all shall see, 

God is the Almighty leader under the sun, 

And know to covet rule is a wasteful spree. 

And when we realize the other fellow has won. 

Let us be great and strong and say confessing. 
Farewell, leading role, I follow — thy leadership 
possessing. 

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WE. THE ANNUAL STAFF. AFFKCTIONATELY IIEDICATE THE 1S53 RAINBOW 

TO HARRY C. (SACK) .MILLICAN l.\ AI'PRECIATIO.V OF HIS LEADERSHII' 

IN CHARACTER BUILDING ON THE ATHLKTIC FIELD 

AND IN THE CLASSKOOM 



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ERIC WEST HARDY 
A.B., M.A., Litt.D. 



ANTON" PAUL MARKERT 
B.S. in C.E., M.A. 





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MRS. G. L. BOLTON 
Secretary 



MRS. RUTH DAVIS 
Secretary 



iMUS. L. E. IIAUUIS 
Dietitian 




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Bookkeeper 





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Lett to rishi: 

MARGARET BAILIE. R.S.. B.L.S.. Librarian 

BETH BARTLES. B.S.. Business Education 

MARY BICKERS. B.S.. Home Econoniiis 

GEORGE LANGSTON BOLTON'. B.S.. Athletics. .Mathematics 

ANN WISHART BRAnilY. B.A.. M.A.. English. Dramatics 

GEORGE MARTIN DASHER. General Shop 



Left to right, top row: Lt-I't In ri;;ht. bottom row: 

ANDREW J. BROWN. Capt.. Infantry. Asst P..M.S. & T. AGNES .M. DuBOIS. A. B.. M.Ed.. Social Studies. English 

JAMES A. CALDWELL. Major. Armor. P.M.S. & T. RAYMOND DITORD. Electricity 

JAMES EARLY COLBERT. B.S.. M.S.. U.A.. Business Education ELROY DuPl'lS. B.A.. M. A.. English 

CHARLES GUY CORDLE. B.A.. M.A.. History JOHN EVANS ElBANKS, B.A.. M.A.. Uitin. Government 

JOHN W. COWIN. A.B.. M.A.. Chemistry MARSHALL JACKSO.V FLOWERS. JR.. U.S.. Mathematics. 

HARRY DOLYNirK. B.A.. Chemistry Geography. Athletics 

JOHN F. DOOLEY. Sergeant First Class. Asst instructor, LAWRENCE ALBERT FOX. H.A.. Drawing 

Rifle Team Coach LOl'lS FRIEDMAN. B.S.. in Music. M.M.. Music Education 




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Left to right, top row: 

NORMAN L. GALLOWAY. B.S.. M.A.. Mathematics 

MARY SAVACiE GILLILAND. A.B.. M. A.. Mathematics 

LUTHER ALFRED GRIFFIN. B.S.. M.S.. Biology 

WILLIAM A. GRI.MSLEY'. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 

JOHN THO.MAS HAINS. B.S.. Mathematics 

LEAH DOROTHY HALBERT. B. Music. Choral Music 

MARY' E^■ANS HALL. B.S.. Business Eklucation 



Left to right, bottom row: 

GEORGE M. HARDY. B.S.A.E.. Coordination D.C.T. 
WYNORA P. HAR.MON. Beauty Culture 
JANE HEARN. B.A.. B.A.L.S.. Librarian 
JAMES D. HOLMES. .Major. Infantr.v. Ass't P.M.S.T, 
GEORGE TURNER HOWARD. B.S.. L.L.B.. Spanish 
THOMAS J. HUFFMAN, B.A.. M. A.. History 
.MARIE IIULBERT. B.S., M.A.. Biology 




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Left to right, top row: 

BARBARA C. INMAN, B.S.. Physical Education 

FRANK EDWIN INMAN, B.S., M.Ed.. Chemistry, Athleti( 

FRANK E. LAMBERT. B.S.. M.S.. Chemistry, Biology 

GARNET T. LANGFORD, B.S., Mathematics 

J. CURTIS LUCKEY, B.S.. Mathematics 

WILLIAM LEROY MADEN. B.A., M.A.. French. Algebra 

MARY .JAQUELIN MARSHALL, B.A.. M.A., English 



Left to right, bottom row: 

FRED C. MARTIN, A.B., M,A., English, Spanish 

HARRY CHAPMAN MILLIGAN, B.S.. Mathematics, Athletics 

CHARLES HAROLD MITCHELL, B.A., JI.A.. English 

AMANDA H. MOSELEY, B.S., Homemaking Education 

JOSEPH RUFUS MOSELEY, B.S., M.S., Mathematics 

RUTH GREGORY McAULIFFE, B.A.. M.A., Latin. History 

JESSE L. McDANIELS, A.B., M,A.. Business Education 




Left to right, top row: 

MILBRA McGAHEE, -1 Year College Certificate. History 

DAVID W. MULLINS. Sergeant First Class. Detachment 

First Sgt. 
JOSEPH JEFFERSON NIXON, B.A., M.A.. Economics. Historj' 
SARA WINNIE OVERSTREET, B.S.. M.A.. French 
AUBURN GABELLE OWENS. B.A.. English 
MARY ELLEN RADFORD. B.A.. M.A.. Guidance 
REX S. RAPIER, S.F,C, Det.. Administration Sgt. 



Left to right, bottom row: 

HENRY OSGOOD READ. Ph.B.. M.A.. English 

LOUIS EDWARD REESE. B.S.C.. English 

LAWRENCE ROLLINS RICHARDSON, B. A.. M.A.. History, 

Government 
JOE MAYS ROBERTSON, B.S.. M.A.. Mathematics 
DOUGLAS B. ROBINSON. A. B.,M. A.. Prof. Business 

Education. Bookkeeper 
JAMES K. RODGERS. JIachine Shop and Welding 
GEORGE MILTON SCOTT. B.A.. B.Litt.. M,A.. English 




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Left to right, top row: 

VIRGINIA FIELD SMITH, H, A. . M. A.. Guidance 

PAULINE STEVENS. R.N.. Nurse 

GRACE STRAUSS. B.A., M,A.. History 

CHESTER McKlNLEY SUTTON. B.A.. M.A.. English 

JOSEPH LeCONTE TALLEY. U.S.. M.S., Physics 

WILLIAM N, TANNER, Machine Shop 

RUBY CLOER TURNER, H.A.. Education 



Not pictured : 

LYNN ODGEN, B.S.. M.S., Director of Vocational School 

THELMA BROWNETTE. B.F.A., M.F.A., Art 



Left to right, bottom row: 

MILDRED von KAMP, A,B.. Hu.-,iiic>^ Education 

SHELBY LEE WALLACE, B.A.. M.S.. Human Biology. 

Zoology 
MARGARET VIDETTO WHITE. B.S.. Homemaking Education 
ARTHUR LEONARD WILLIAMS. B.A.. Economics. History. 

.\thletics 
GROVER BENTON WILLIAMS. B.A.. M.A.. Mathematics 
JEAN WILLI.^MS. B.S.. Business Education 
PERCY WISE. B.A . M.A.. English 
MINNIE McGEE. B.S.. Business Education 
JOSEPH PRICE. Sheet Metal 
ELIZABETH WOLFE, B.S., Secretary of Vocational School 




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Junior College of Augusta 








CLASS OFFICERS 

President liAVID VOSri 

Vice-President JUNK MYRICK 

Sec.-Treas MARIAN HILL 



CHANDLER ARNDT 

Rho Chi -1. 

"Good humor in one of thv best nrttclcs 

of dre»s one can wear in society." 

RICHARD F. BARRETT 

"A shy smile." 



NELLE D. BUSH 

7.v\.Vi Rho SiRTna 5 : 

Council 5. 

"A quenchless star. 



Chrintinn Worker*' 
forever briKht." 



JOHN CARSOX 

"To do what one thinks bent, and do 
well." 



GLENN ANN CARLTON 

Futurt* Nurses Club 5. 

"Truth is stronger than fiction — alau 

more decent." 

DANIEL J. CASHIN 

Psi Phalanx 4. 5 ; V. Prcs. 4 : J. C. A. 

Vanity Basketball 4: Student Council 5: 

Pre*. 

"Let me be happy as lone ii» I live, nnr| 

live a» lon^ as \'rt\ happy." 

MARILYN D. CHAMBERS 

Zeta Rho SiEma 5: Musketeer 4; F. H. 
A. 5; Cheer leader 4. S. 
"Pretty face and curly hair, drive th'* 
boys to much despair," 

FRANK WILLIAM 

CHEESBOROUGH. JR. 

"Let knowledge jrrow from more to 
more."' 





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MARY ANNE COSEY 

ZeU Rho Sicma 4. 5; Christian Work- 
ers' Council 4. 5; Treble Clef Club 4. 5; 
Richmond Choraliers 4. 5. 
"in virtues nothing earthly could sur- 
pass her." 

RUTH ANN DOZIER 

Zeta Rho Sigma 5 ; Christian Workeri' 
Council 4. 5 ; Future Nurses Club 5. 
"See (rood in everybody, and nearly 
everybody will see good in you," 

WARREN BAIRD EUBANKS 

Rho Chi '1; Football. -A" Varsity Mana- 
ger 5 ; Baseball Manager 4. 5, 
"Never do today what can be put off 
'til tomorrow.'' 



MARGARET ANN FIELDS 

Christian Workers' Council 5 : Treble 

Clef Club 4. 

"A merry licht Bleams from her eyes." 

LAURA GREGORY 

"She's little but she's wise, she's a ter- 
ror for her si7,e." 

\V1LLIAM A. GRIMSLEY 
Honors 4. 

"Determination and faith in God will 
win for any man." 





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BETTY GRIMSTEAD 

Treble Clef Club 4. 5: Richmond Choral- 
iers 4, 5. 
■ Be :iood and you will be admired." 

CONNIE ANNE HAVIRD 

Zeta Rho SiKma 4. 5: Pres. 5; Rainbow 
5; Plii Tht'ta Kappa 5 : Student Coui-.- 
cil S: Christian Workers' Council 4. 5. 
"Quiet and reserved — her friendship is 
well worth having," 

JOAN HILL 

Zeta Rho Sicma -l. 5; Troas. 4; Rainbow 

4. 

"May that side the sun's upon be nil 

that e'er shall meet thy Rlanccs." 



KATHKRINR JOPLING HILL 

Zit;i Khi> Sivrnm 4, ft ; Chaplain .1. 
"None knew ihee but to love ihco." 

MARIAN CAinVILE HILL 

Zrta Rho Sitfmn 4. 5; Sec. 5: Musketeer. 
"Pretty brown hnir. friendly cyofi. won- 
der where her ftirtunc lies?" 

JOHN WILLIAM HOLDEX. JR. 
Phi Delta Alpha 5; Phi Thetn Kappa 3. 
"Never U)o itcrious. not too irny. but a 
rare sood fellow in every way.** 




ANNE C. HOOVER 

Honors 4 : Christian Workers' Coun- 
cil 4. 5. 
"A friend sincere." 

MARY ELIZABETH JOHNSON 

Christian Workers' Council 5; Student 

Y .1 : Honors 4. 

"Life is never too short for courtesy.*' 

WILLIAM GRADY LEWIS 

I'hi Thuta Kappa S: Hich Honors 4. 
"Knowlcdire comes, but wisdom lingers." 



MARGUERITE MARSCHALK 

"Sunnhine creeps from behind her 
^mi!e." 

SUZANNE MORRIS 

Zcta Rho SJKma S; Cheer Leader A. 6. 
"Thuu hast wit. and fun. and fire.** 

WALTER LEE MORRIS 

"Wc are shaped ond fashioned for whut 
we love." 



TONY MULHERIN 

"HU worldly ko«kIs he nt-ver threw in 
tru.'tt to fortune's chance*." 

JUNE MYRICK 

Zela Rho Sicma 4. 6: Bnskelhnll 4. 

"A sunny temper (rilds the edBcs of life's 

blackest cloud." 

CLIFFORD ALLEN O'NEAL 

"Rhythm and rosolulion." 



FRANCES ANN OXNER 

Zeto Rho Stirma 4. 5: Rainbow 4. 5. 
■"Friendship depends not upon fancy, 
imntrination. or sentiment, but upon 
character." 



SIM PARKER 

"Mercy to him 
rule.'' 



that shows it, is the 



CAROLYN ANN PEACOCK 

"She is Kcntlc. she is shy. but thereV- 
mischief in her eye." 







FRANK REEDER 

"The highest proof of virtue is to pos- 
sess boundless power without abusing 
it.'' 



LEILA RHENEY 

Phil Theta Kappa 5. 

"To study hard, think quietly, talk gent- 
ly, act friendly." 

EDNA SMITH 

"Happiness is not to be found in rest, 
but in striving and achieving." 



KATHLEEN SMITH 

Zeto Rho Sigma 5 ; Basketball 4. 
"A smile is the whisper of a laugh.' 



DAVID V. VOSS 

Phi Theta Kappa 5 : Rainbow 4 
Off. Editor 5 ; Class President 
Honor 4. 5 : Valedictorian 5, 
"What matter if I go mad. 
I shall have had my day." 



Sound 
: High 



LOUISE WARDLAW 

Zeto Rho Sigma 4. 5: Class President 4. 
"Like a sudden burst of sunshine." 






BILLY WATKIXS 

Psi Phalanx r>. 

'There lies a great deal of devilir>' be- 
neath his mild exterior.*' 

LYMAN WILLIAMS 
Phi Delta Alpha 5. 

"'Tis the mind that makes the body 
rich." 

VICTOR L. WILLIAMS 

"Dont put a thing off — put it over." 



MAHY HARRISS WHITAKER 
Zl'Io Rho Sigma 4. S: Christian Worker^' 
Council 4. 5: Treble Clef Club 4. S.- 
Richmond Choraliers 4 : F. H. A. 4, 5; 
Rainbow 5 : Student Y 5. 
"She walks in Ujauty. like the night 
of cloudless climes and starrj' skies." 

MICHAEL WHITTLE 

"Laugh and bo merry." 




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Junior College of Augusta 



CLASS OFFICERS 

President RICHARD TIMMERMAX 

Vice-President CI-Al'DE HARPER 









Ilplen Moyd 
Kennelli Coiiih 
William EJason 
I'eckiird Edniondson 



S;ir-;i Klernister 
i;i(>n Hall 
Claude Harper 
Tonitiiy Ilemrick 



J.^.Si.^-ed. 



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Frances Hett 
Robert Home 
Blanche Hughes 



Bruce Jordan 
Gave King 
Rufus Maloney 





Robert McUaniel 
Eleunor McKenna 
Guy McPherson 
Shirley Reese 



Homer Kfynnkls 
Joe Reynolds 
.le;ineMe Roy 
Hr\re Salley 




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E;m1 Satcher 
Nona Shervin 
> Ann Smith 



Doyle Smith lA.U.C. Senior) 
Janet Smith 
Lnrita Sweat 



Richard Tinimerman 
Barbara Tower 
Fay Wilkinson 



Jane Wren 
Clarence Wright 




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Academy of Richmond County 




CLASS OFFICERS 

President DUAXE GRICE 

Vice-President ROY SCARBOROUGH 

Secretary JIMMY BARDIX 



PATSY AXX ADAMS 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, 3: Girls ActivitV^ 
Medal. 3: Sound Off, 3: Musketeer. 2. 
Exchance Editor. 2 : Rainbow, 2. 3 ; 
Publisher. 3; Beta Club. 2: Treble Clef 
Club. 2: Hiirh Honors. 2 r Treble Clef 
Honor. 2 ; Trans, from The American 
Grammar and Hijjh School. Buenos 
Aires, Artrentina. 
"None named thee but to praise thee." 

MARGARET ANN ADAMS 

Christian Workers' Council. 2. 

"A aoul of kindness, helievinn Rood of 

every one." 

WILHELMINA ADAMS 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 1, 2. 3: MuHketeer. 2: 
Rainbow, 2: Christian Workers' Counc:!. 
2. 3: Beta Club. 2. 3: HiKh Honors. 2: 
Class Officer, 1 ; Student Patrol, 1 : Tub- 
man Times, 1: Wit Superlative. 1 : In- 
tramural Softball and volleyball. 1. 
"As merry as the day is lonK." 

CHARLES AEXCHBACHER 

De Molay: Beta Club. 2: Sabre Club. 2 
"Wisdom is before him that has under- 
standinjr." 

NANCY ALMON 

"She is like a burst of sunshine <»n n 
rainy day." 

JOHN APPLEWHITE 

"B" Company. Exec, Officer. 3. 
"Always havinn fun," 

CHARLES D. ANDERSON 

Richmond Hi-Y. I. 2: Student Council. 

1 : Christian Workers" Council, 3 : "A" 

Varsity Football. 2 : Baseball. 1. 1 \ 
Sabre Club, 3. 

"Hh is Eood natured ever and ha 3 a 
icood word for all." 

PRESTON ANDERSON 

Band : Sabre Club. 2. 3. 

"A really irood pal in every way," 




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GENE ANDREWS 

Beta Club. 2. 3: C. A. P.: Honors; 
M'S&T Honors : Trans, from Oransreburt: 
HiKh School. Oranpeburc, S. C. 
"As he thinketh in his heart, so is he." 

KENT ANDREWS 

Student Council. 2. 

"Full of pep. full of life, n little world 

of happiness." 

WILLIAM ASHE 

Cndet Hi-Y. 1. 2, 3 : C. A. P.. 1. 2. 3; 
T rack 2. 

^ iTIlIi I m Mi>iil m . one in whom confi- 
dence may be placed with faith." 

BARBARA BANNESTER 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. I, 2. 3: Secretary. 2; 
V. Pres.. 3: Christian Workers" Council. 
3: Latin Club. 2: Beta Club. 2. 3: Secre- 
tar>'. 3: Girls Activities Medal. 3: Hiffh- 
est Honor. 2: Class Council. I: Basket- 
ball "A" Varsity. 1 ; Newspaper, 1 ; 
Sportsmanship Superlative. 1. 
"In her heart were the birds and sun- 
shine." 

JIMMY BARDIN 

Christian Workers' Council. 2. 3 : V 
Pres.. 2; Prcs.. 3: Sec.-Treas. of Senior 
Class. 3 : Prixe Squad Leader. 2 : Sound 
Off. 3: Honor. I. 
"Whoee hiBh endeavors ore an {nwar<l 

licht. 
That makes the houne before him 
briKht." 

DAN BEASLEY 

"Once your friend, alwayi* your friend." 
JOANNE BEATTIE 

Y-Teen ; Beta Club. 2. 3. 

"You will find her true and jufit, 

A Kirl whom all will love and trust." 

VIUOINIA BECK 

[tixtribulive Kducation Club, 2. 
"A britiht future." 

PHYLIS HECKLEY 

"God made thee Kood am thou art fair." 

EVELYN BECKUM 

Student Council. 1, 2: Prr»„ 1: Thctn 
Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2, 3: V. Prcs.. 3: LoHn 
Club, 2: Student Pntml. 1: Tubman 
Time*. I: Silver "H". I: Gold "T". 1; 
Sports Letter. 1 : Athletic Council. 1 : 
Intramural Volleyball. Basketball anti 
Softball. 1. 
"Full of pep and tnuiihter." 



CAROL BENSON 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3; Newspaper. I: 
Silver "H". I : Homeroom V.-Prc».. 1 ; 
Choral Club. 1. 
"Live and let live." 

SUE BERRY 

Thita Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3; Pros.. 2; Stu- 
dent Council. 1. 3: .Sec.. 3: Rainbow. 3; 
Latin Club. 2: Christian Workers' Coun- 
cil, 3: Kfchmond Choralieni. 3: Beta 
Club, 2. 3 : Honor. 2 : Newspaper, 1 : 
Kdttor-in-Chief. 1 : Girts Activitlen 
Medal. 3 
"Nothinir Inckinic in this popular icirl.'' 

FRANK IE BLACK 

Christian Workers' Council. 3: F. H. A., 
1: Glee Club. 2: Trans, from Jackson 
villc Hinh School. Jacksonville. N. C. 
"A smile is the trademark of n happy 

TERRY BLACKMON 

Di' Molny : Snhrc Cluh. 2. 3. 
"DiliKcnt. CMPoble — aimii for the top." 

JIMMY BLACKSTONE 

Distributive Education Club. 3. 
"Sometimes witty, often briiiht: 
Always treats his fellows riirht." 

JERRY BOOOSLAWSKY 

Dc Molay. 1. 2. 3: Musketeer. I; Rain- 
bow, 1, 2. 
"Dark and dashinc." 
KENNETH BOHLER 

Richmond Hi-Y. 2: Football. 1. 2, 3. 
"Fun is relished by the best of us." 

WILLIAM BOLLER 

Richmond Hi-Y. 2. 3: BcU Club. 1. 2, 3 : 

Golf. 3: HiKh Honors 1. 2. 

"Thou art a fellow of Kood r<wpect." 

MARY ETHEL BONZO 

Treble Clef Club. 2: Choral Club. I. 
"A merry smile that shows a bit of her 
sunny disposition." 
VIRGINIA BOWE 

Theta Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2, 3: Treas.. 3: Rain- 
Ijow. 3: Latin Club. 2: Sec.-Treas.. 2; 
Richmond Chornliers, 3; Beta Club. 2, 3; 
Hitch Honor. 2; Girls Activities Medal. 
3: Newspaper. 1; Student Patrol, 1: 
Silver "H", 1. 

^c^d the smile she softly uses fills tlic 
silence like a speech.'' 




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CHARLES BOWEN 

Richmond Hi-Y. 2. 3 : V. Prcs,. 3 : D. E. 
Club. 3 : V. Pres.. 3: Sound Off. 3 ; Golf, 
3 ; Sabre Club. 3. 
"Women, women, how I adore thee." 

HARRY BRAZELL 

Trans, from SparUnburp High School. 

Spartanburg. S. C. 

"The most sensible and fit man," 

FRANCES BROGDEN 

Konor 2. 

"She's as constant as the stars that 

never var>'," 

AMY BROWN 

"Always a friendly word." 

HARVEY BROWN 

Football. "A" Varsity. 1. 2. 3: Sabre 
Club. 3. 

"A true ATHLETE — your faith in him 
he'll not destroy." 

JUDITH BROWN 

Y-Teen. 1 : IW'usketeer. 3 : Spanish Club. 
1 ; Glee Club. 1. 

"The best things come in little pack- 
ages,'' 

BARBARA BKUGGEMANN 

"Full of likeable simplicity and quieL- 



JANE BUCK 

"Life is short — make the most of it." 

ETHEL BUFFINGTON 

Y-Teen. 1. 2. 3; Richmond Choraliers. 

3: Treble C:ef Club. 3. 

"Sweetness and Roodness bloom in her 

person." 

EDWARD BURKHALTER 

Academy Hi-Y. 2. 3; Football "A" Var- 
sity. 2. 3: Track. 2. 3: Honor. 1. 2; 
Sabre Club. 3; GoM "R". 3. 
"A good sport always — all ways.'' 



KATHRYN BURNS 

Christian Workers' Council. 3 : F. H. A. 
"Quiet and carefree." 

MIRIAM CALE 

Beta Club. 2. 3: Hifrh Honor. 2; Class 
Council. 1. 

■ "She is cood-natured ever, and has a 
Kood word for a!)."' 

MARGENE CANADINE 

"Quiet, but friendly and sociable." 

SIBYL CARN 

Distributive Education Club 3. 
"Friendship to everyone." 

SUZZANNE CARSWELL 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3; Christian Work- 
ers' Council, 2; Richmond Choraliers. 
2. 3. 
"Small bund;c of pep." 

ANN CASON 

Hitjh Honor. 2; Class Council. 1. 
"Friendly and polite." 

ELMO CASON 

Musketeer, 1 : Rainbow. 1 : Christian 

Workers' Council, 3. 

'A friend and merry man is he." 

MAKL\NNA CATO 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 2; Beta Club. 1, 2: F. 
T. A., 2; F. H. A.. I: Hijrh Honors, 1: 
Kninbow Girls, 1. 

"Quiet and dependable — two cood quali- 
ties." 

MARCKLFNR CHABD 

"They're only truly tfrcut who are truly 
Kood." 

PETE CHALAKIS 

"They are never alone who are ucconi* 
l>ani(>d by ncible ihoujrht.i.'" 








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LEX CHAVIS 

Acndgmy Hi-Y. 2, 3; Musketeers. 2. 3: 

Rainbow. 3 ; Football "A" Varsity. 1, 2. 

3 : Gold "R '. 3 : Honor. 1 ; Military 

Merit Bar. 1. 

"As indispensable to the team as to his 

friends."' 

XEAL CHANDLER 

Richmond Hi-Y, 1 ; Christian Workers' 

Council, 3. 

"The force of his own merit makes his 

way." 

RON'ALD CLIETT 

"What is the world without friends," 
JAMES COXXOR 

Academy Hi-Y. 3; Do Molay, 1. 2. 3: 
Christian Workers" Council. 3 ; Rich- 
mond Choraliers. 1. 2, 3: SintrinR Mu^- 
keteers. 1, 2, 3 : Band. 
"His music hath charmn, but his 
sonality more." 

PAUL COOK 

Trans, from Swainsboro Hiirh Schoc.1, 
Swainsboro. Ga. Beta Club : Latin 
Club: Key Club; Annuo! Staff; Sec. of 
Junior Class, 
'Be not the first by whom ' the new is 

tried : 
Nor yet the lent to lay the old aside,'' 



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EMMA COOPER 

Latin Club. 2. 

"Ever tookinit on the sunny side of life." 

CAROLINE COURSON 

Y-Tcen. 3; Rainbow. 3. 
"She's tiupposed to be shy." 

DIANE COWARD 

Girls Activities Me«lal, 3: Honorn. '2; 
Rainbow. 2. 3: Beta Club. 2. 3: Trarn. 
from Gconre Wasbinirton Hii;h, Alexan- 
dria, Va. : Cheerlendcr. 1. 2 : Student 
Council. 1: French. 1. 2; Boontor Club. 
1, 2: Siicmn Delta Chi, 1, 2. 
"A maid of excellent pcnwinaiie : po«>- 
se»sed with that rare combination of 
playfulness and virtue." 

LENA COX 

"An all round ln«sie." 

SUE COX 

Trans, from Oak RidRc HiKh School. 

Oak RidKe, Tenn. 

"To whom fortune itself icives way." i 



JOAN CRAWFORD 

Musketeer, 2, 3: Honor. 2: Y-Te*n. 3. 
"A sweet face, a iroy smile." 

ROBERTA CRAWFORD 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2, 3: Rainbow. 3; 
Christian Worki-rs' Council. 2. 
■The Golden Rule works like (travita- 
tion," 

EUGENE CROXIC 

Academy Hi-Y. 2. 3: Football "A" Var- 
sity. 2. 3; Baseball. 2: Color Guard. 3. 
"He is tall, merry, and jolly; one never 
sees him melancholy." 

MARY ALICE CKOUCH 

Richmond Choraliers. 3 : Beta Club. 2. 3 . 
F. T. A. 3 : Hitrhest Honors, 2. 
"The mildest manner and Rcntle-nt 
heart. ■■ 

ANN CULPEPPER 

Alpha Tri-HI-Y. 2. 3: Student Council. 
I; RainlKjw, 3; Latin Club. 2: Pres.. 2; 
Christian Wnrkt-rs' Ctiunril. 3: BeU 
Chih. 2. 3: Hiirh Honors. 2: Girls' Ac- 
tivitiett Meilat. 3; Basketball. 1; News- 
paper. 1. 

"The world always seems brlchtrr from 
brhind a smile." 



TERRY CULPEPPER 

Academy HI-Y, 2. 3; Musketeer, 2. 3. 
Snorts KdiU>r; Rainbow. 2. 3: Richmond 
Choraliers, 3; SinirinK Musketeers, S: 
Football. "A" Vantity. 2. 3; HonorB. 1. 
"A Iwrn cnmwiian — always entertaininn 
his fellow classmatcfi." 

iJECKY CURTIS 

Rainl>ow, I ; Richmond Choraliers, I, 2; 
Trnn^. from Warwick HJKh School, 
Newport News. Va. 
"Full of sweet assuronce." 

LAVERXE DALY 

"HiKh hopes for the future.'' 
DOXALD DAVIS 
DiKtributive Education Club. 2. 
"Best of luck for a prosperous future." 

FAYE DAVIS 

Hitib Honor. 2 ; Helped In Counsclfnu 

Offlcd. 3. 

"Friendship is the wine of life." 








MARY DAVIS 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2, 3: Y-Teen, 1; 
Rainbow, 3 ; Christian Workers' Council. 
2, 3 : Richmond Choraliers. 3. 
"Full of lauRhter, joy and charm," 

MOSB DAVIS 

Distributive Education Club. 
"A little nonsense now and then is re- 
leased by the wisest men," 
BETTY DAY 

Rainbow Girl, 2, 3 : Sponsor Headquar- 
ters Company. 2, 
"A heart with room for every joy." 

BETTY DEMPSEY 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, 1. 2. 3 ; Pres, 3, Y-Teen. 
1: M'usketeer, 2. 3: Rainbow, 2, 3 : Chris- 
tian Workers' Council, 2. 3 : Sec. 3: 
Treble Clef Club, 3 : Richmond Chora- 
liers 2, 3: V. Pres,. 3: Rainbow GirlFi. 
2, 3; 3rd Place in Ga. Press Represen- 
tative Contest. 3 ; Class Officer, 1 : 
Chorus. 1 ; Tubman Times. 1 ; Talent 
Club. 2. 
■■Her smile, her speech, her winnini; 

way. 
Wiles old trouble's mood away." 

PEARL DENNIS 

"It not what you think or say, but what 
you do that counts." 



KITTIE DESSAUER 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 2, 3: Rainbow. 3. 

"Never idle, never still, always smiling, 

always will." 
PATRICIA DICKENS 

Trans, from North Aujrusta Hich School. 

N. A.. S. C. ; Librao- Club, 1 : Junior 

Homemakers, 1 ; Honors. 2, 

■'It matters not so much where you 

stand, as the direction in which you ar^ 

movinp." 

PEGGY DOWLING 

Y-Teen, 1, 2, 3 : Rainbow. 3 : Beta Club, 

2. 3. 

■'The best are not only the happiest, but 

the happiest are usually the best.'' 
RAY DOWNEY 

D. E. Club, 3 ; Trans, from Central Hieb 

School. Chattanoopa, Tenn. 

"To be, rather than to seem : to do. 

rather than to dream," 

PATRICIA DUFFIE 
"A smart lassie." 



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THOMAS DUNCAN 

Baseball, 3. 

■'A happy life is a pood life." 
WILLIAM DUNN 

■'A knight there was, and that 
man." 

GAIL DuPUIS 

Alpha Tri-hi-Y, 2. 3: Y-Teen. 1; 
Nurses Club. 3; Sec. 3 ; Honors. 
"Beauty is an exquisite flower, and its 
perfume is virtue." 

DOROTHY DYCHES 
W.*"Love be true to her ; Life be dear to 
-> her." 

ANNE DYE 

Y-Teen, 2, 3 ; Christian Workers' Coun- 
cil. 3: D. E. Club. 3: Beta Club. 2. 3; 
Rainbow Girls, 1. 2, 3 ; Honors, 2 ; 
Choral Club, I : Class Treas.. 1 : News- 
paper. 1. 
"Short but dangerous." 



WAYNE DYE 

Richmond Hi-Y. 1: Football, "A'' Var- 
sity, 2. 3 : Sabre Club, 2. - 
"He holds his own against the world, 
and in athletics he leads." 
LAMONT EDMONDSON 
"Every man will be thy friend." 

SYLVIA EDWARDS 

Y-Teen, 1, 2, 3 : Christian Workers' 
Council, 3; Rainbow Girls, 1, 2, 3 : Hon- 
ors, 2. 
"A voice with a smile," 

HERMAN EITNER 

Cadet Hi-Y. 2. 3 ; Color Guard. 3 ; Rifle 

Team. 2. 3. 

"Everybody's friend." 
FAYE ELLIOT 

"The hand that hath made you fair. 

hath made you good." 




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BERT EXG 

Dc Molay. 1 : CYCA Club. 1. 

"He hath a heart as sound as a bell." 

BARBARA EPPS 

"Full of fun and a smile for all." 

JULIAN EPSTEIN 

"He is jolly, witty, and most likeable." 

JOE ERGLE 

"A friendly fellow." 

JANE EUBANKS 

Thcta Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3: Christian Work- 
el's' Council. 3 : Honors. 2. 
"Charm intr. pretty, and petite, but not 
more charmintr than she is sweet.'' 

WILLIAM FAIR 

Cadet Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3; Pres.. 2: De M'olny. 
1. 2: Student Council. 1: Sabre Club. S: 
Gold "R". 3: Honors. 1. 2; Merit Bnr.^. 

1.2. 

"Gaiety is his manner: seriousness in 

hi« thouifht." 

BEVERLY FARR 

Theta Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: Y-Tecn. 1.3: 
Rainbow. 3 : Christian Workers* Coun- 
cil. 2. 3: D. E. Club. 3: Rainbow GifU. 

1. 2. 3: Honont, 2: Poster Committee. 
i. 3; Class Point MnnnKcr. 1: Silver 
"T" and "H". 1. 

"Always hnppy. nex'er snd. somctimi-fl 
nauwhty, never bad." 

ROSEMARY FEESE 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: V. Pros.. 2: 
Trea-i.. 3: Rainbow. 3: I-atin Club. 2: 
Christian Workers* Council. 3 : Beta Club. 

2. 3; Treas.. 2: Girls Activities Mi-dnl. 
3: Future Nurses Club. 3; Hijih Hon- 
i.rs. 2: Silver "H". 1: Newspaper. 1. 
"If eyes be windows of the soul, hers 
surely must be briRht." 

ViROINIA FERRIS 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3: Rainbow. 2. 3: 
Iteta Club. 2. 3; Hiifhcst Honors, 2: GirN" 
Activities Medal. 3 ; Poster Commitle*-. 
2. 3: Talent Superlative. 1 : Student 
Council. 1 : Cold "T", \ \ Silver "H ", 1 : 
Student Patrol. 1. 
■Wii i> the salt of conversation." 

CARL FICKEN 

HiKh Honor. 1; Honor. 2. 
To strive, to seek, to find, and not to 
yield." 



BARBARA FITZGERALD 

Musketeer. 3; Treble Clef Club, 3; Fi:- 
ture Nurses Club, 3 : Tmns. from St. 
Peter^burx Hiirh. St. Pctcrsburu. Fla. 
'■GiKxl svm-e and tcood nature are ever 

joined." 

JUDY FITZSIMMONS 

fliture Nurses Club. 2: F. H. A.. 1. 2. 
"Quick and lively, happy and iray; a 
smile for nil who come her way." 

BETTY FLAKE 

Ucla Club. 2. 3. 

"A kind heart makes n success." 

ROBERT FLEMING 

Trans, from Ga. MilitAry ColleKC. 
"Nobility may be inherited, but virti;" 
must be acquired." 

SAM FLEMING 

Richmond Hi-Y, 1. 2. 3: Sec., 1; Pres. 
2: Beui Club. 1. 2. 3: V. Pres., 1 : Pn--*.. 
2; Tennis. 1. 2. 3: Sabre Club. 2. 3: V. 
Pres.. 2: Pres.. 3: Rifle Team. 1: Htv-h- 
est Honors. 1: Hijrh Honors. 2: Trayl-r 
Mednl. 1; Gold "'R". 3: Battalion Com- 
mander. 3: Militao' Honors. I. 2: Neat- 
est Cadet. 1: MiliUry Ball Com.. 2. 3: 
Pre*, of Junior Class. 
"Dark eyes sparklintr like a Bcm." 

JI.MMY FORD 

Kt>.>tball *A" Varsity. 3 : Baskclbn!), 

2. 3, 

"Pleasure before business." 

WILLIE JOE FORD 

Football. "A" Varsity. 3: •B" Vnmity. 

2. 

"A likeable fellow with nmuttinK ways. 

lUEXE FORDHAM 

"A face with Kladncss over8l>rca«l." 

SHIRLEY FREELAND 

Y-Tcen, 1. 3: Rainbow GirK 1. 2. 3: 
Latin Club. 2 ; Christian Workers" Coun- 
eil. 3; Art Club. 3. 
"You hove a way both briKht and tray." 

ANNETTE FRIERSON 

"A likeable sirl.'" 




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JOAN GABBERT 

Honors, 2. 

"She wears a smile that won't erase." 
DAVID GALE 

Academy Hi-Y. 1, 2. 3; De Molay, 1. 2. 

3: Football "A" Varsity. 2. 3r Honors 

in MS&T. 1. 

"Much mirth and no madness,'* 
JULES GODIN 

De Molay. 1. 2, 3: Christian Workers' 
Council. 3 ; Beta Club. 2. 3 : M'S&T Hon- 
ors, 1, 2: Hi^rh Honors. 2: Highest Hon- 
ors. 1 : Band Club. 1 : D. A. R. Award, 2. 
"A biff man. a bip heart." 

PATRICIA GOFF 

"A soft answer turneth away wrath," 

GLENICE GOODWIN 

■'A sweet girl with a wonderful person- 
ality." 

MARTHA GOODWIN 

Theta Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: Cheerleader. 3: 

Student Council. 1: Student Patrol, 1; 

Capt.. 1 : Silver "T", :. 

"She tied a younp man's heart within." 
FRASER GORE 

Cadet Hi-Y. 3. 

"Although you seek with all your might. 

his equal would be hard to find." 

PATRICIA GORHAM 

Trans. from Frankfurt Post High. 
Frankfurt. Germany: Student Council. 
2 ; Tennis, 1 ; Cheerleader. 2 : Band. 1 : 
Glee Club. 1 ; Teen Club. 1: Sec.. 1. 
"An ideal Kirl who can't be beat." 
SALLY GRANTHAM 

Treble Clef Club, 1. 2. 

"Sweeter also than honey in the honey- 
comb." 

JAMES GREGORY 

"A Kood sport with a reputation for 
makinp: friends." 



DUANE GRICE 

Academy Hi-Y. 1. 2, 3; Football "A" 
Varsity. 2. 3: "B" Varsity. 2. 3: Bao- 
ketball "A'' Varsity. 2. 3: "B" Varsity. 
2. 3: Baseball. 1. 2. 3; Sabre Club, 3; 
Best Drilled Cadet. 2 : Pres. of Senior 
Class: Gold "R", 3: High Honors. 1. 2. 
"A manner so quiet, a brain so fine, a 
better man is hard to find." 

WILLIS GRUBBS 
"Happy go lucky.'' 

DAVID GUY 

"A man most fair and s(|uare." 
MARIAN GUY 

"Pearl of great price." 
OLLIE HADDEN 

"With such a romrade. such a friend, 
I fain would walk "til journey's end." 
CONSTANCE HAGIN 

Y-Tcen. 2. 3 ; Christian Workers' Coun- 
cil, 3. 

"Her face is full of light. like a lantern 
in the night." 

WILLIAM HALL 

High Honors. 2 : Highest Honors. 1 : 

MS&T Honors. 1. 2. 

•Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit." 
JEWEL H.\MMOND 

"Full i>f vim and vigor." 

LOIS HAMMOND 

Y-Tcen. 3: Christian Workers' Council. 

2. 3; Treble Clef Club. 2: Richmond 

ChoralierH. 3. 

"The precious porcelain of human clay." 
LYNNE HANCOCK 

Trans, from Hephxibah High School. 

Hephzibnh. Gn. : F. H. A.: 4-H Club. 

"Twinkling eyc.H, dancing feet, small. 

but mighty (juitc complete." 















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AXNE HANKINSON 

TheUi Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3 : Student Coun- 
cil. I: Latin Club. 2; Athletic Council. 
\ : Student Patrol. 1 : Silver "T*'. 
"A heart with room for many friends." 

DENNIS HARLOW 

Cadet Hi-Y. 2, 3 : Do Molay. 2. 3: Band. 
2. 3; Sabre Club, 2. 3 : Honors. 1 : 
HiKh Hojiors. 2 : R. O. T. C. Merit Bar. 
"He hafi shininir sifts that attract all 
eyes." 
CLARENCE HARMON 

Distributive Education Club. 
"Ambition is the best road to take." 

JAMES HARMON 
Beta Club. 2. 3. 
"Di licence wrouKht success." 

A. J. HARRISON 

"Live su you can look any man in the 
eye." 



GEORGIA HASTINGS 

Richmond Choraliers. 3: Trans, from 
Baton Rouee Hitrh, Baton Rouse. La. 
Y-Tecns: Rainbow GirU : F. B. L. A. 
Library Staff: Science Club: 4-H Club 

SpinHterettes. 

"Let me live and let mo laush." 

THAD HATTAWAY 

Sabre Club. 2. 3. 

"Make todayV work better than yester- 
day's.** 

MAE DEAN HAWKINS 

Christian Workers' Council, 3 : Treble 

Clef Club. 2. 

"Friendship is Love without his winK." 

CONNIE HAYES 

Alpha Tri-Hi.Y. 1. 2. 3: Christian 

Workers' Council. 3 : Basketball. \. 2; 

Class Officer. 1 : Newspaper. 1 : Student 
f Patrol, 1 : Intramural Rintt Tennis, Vol- 
A leybnll. and S<iftbRll. 1. 

"Humor is an element of Kcnlu«." 

MARIAN HAYGOOD 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3. 
"Beauty livm with kindncMi.*' 



JOAN HAZELRIGS 

"A friend to everyone," 

PEARL HEUBARD 

Rainbow. 3 ; F. H. A, ; Trans, from 
Thomson Hiuh School. Thomson. Ga. : 
BasketlMiU. 2. 3; 4-H Club: Tri-Hi-Y, 2: 
Band. 1. 2: GUh- Club, I. 
"Best wishe* and trood luck." 

SHIRLEY HENDRIX 

"A constant friend is a thins rare and 
hard to find." 

FREDERICK HERNLEN 

D. E. Club. 2. 3 : Basketball. "B ' Vnr- 

sily. I. 2. 

"Unpracticed he to fawn or seek for 

power." 

CAMILLE (BUNNYl HEWLET 

"Vivacity is the health of the spirit." 



ERNESTINE HICKSON 

Y-Teen. 3: Rainlmw Girls. 8: ChriBtion 

Workers' Council, 3. 

"Neatness is a cnivvnins Rrace of 

womanhood." 

J. D. HILL 

Musketeer. 3; Honors: Trans, from An- 
derson Boys' Hish, Anderson, S. C. 
"Best of luck to a sood student,'' 

DONALD HITE 

Richmond Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: Prw.. 3: Stu- 
ilt-nt Council. 3 ; V. Prei*.. 3 : BcU Club. 
I. 2. 3: V. Prm.. 3: Snbrc Club. 2. 3.- 
Rifle Tcnm. 2. 3 ; Cnpt.. 3 ; Hiuhcit 
Honora. 1 : Hiith Honorn, 2; Gold "R". 
3: M^&T Merit Ilnn. 1. 2. 3. 
"Sincere in nil he undcrtakcB. olwnys a 
MUeccud hf'll miike." 

JEROME HOBBS 

"A more jolly fellow is hard to find." 

W. H. (HAM) HOLLAND 

Cadet Hi-Y, 1. 2. 3: De Molay. 1, 2. 
"It's a friendly heart that has plenty of 
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JUMARGIE HOLLEY 

• Honors. 2. 

■'So (luiet she seems, so still and wise. 
'ti;l we see the twinkle in her eyes." 

R. A. HOLLIDAY 

Iteta Club, a: Sabre Club. 3: Rifl^ 
Tf?am, 3 : C. A. P.; Capt. 
"Virtue is bold, and goodness never fear- 
ful." 

JAKE HOWARD 

Richmond Hi-Y, 1: Golf. 1. 2: Sabre 

Club, 2. 3. 

"A boy of the courts — tennia, golf, and 

MARJORIE HOWARD 

'She Eives herse3f to deeds of worth." 
TERRY HUTCHESON 

"Light hearts and lijrht heels, merry 

tunes and a good piper." 



ZUMA INGLETT 

"Treasure traditions but do jiot let them 
prevent progress." 

MAXINE .JACKSON 

"A merr>- heart hath she." 

JO ANN JARED 

Richmond Choraliers. 1, 2: Trans, from 

Planteity High School, Planteity, Fia. : 

Latin Ciub : Glee Club. 1: Library Club, 

1 : G. A. A. 

""Satisfaction comes from worthwhile 

things." 

WARREN JAUNSEN 

Beta Club. 1. 2. 3; High Honors. 2: 

Highest Honors, 1. 

"My tongue is the pen of a ready 

writer." 

JOAN JEFFCOAT 
"An industrious girl." 



FRED JENNINGS 

"May you have the best of luck." 
KAY JOHNSON 

"Always be true to the best that is in 

you." 

DEAN JONES 

Football "B" Varsity. 2: Basketball. 

"A bright prospect for the future." 
JO ANNE JOYNER 

F. H. A. : Trans, from Lee H. Edwards 

High. Asheville. N. C. 

"It is not what you do that counts so 

much, but how you do it." 
BETTY JUMP 

Y-Teen, 1, 2: Treble Clef Club. 1. 2; 

Richmond Choraliers, 2. 

"The voice is the flower of beauty." 



JOAN JUSTICE 

D. E. Club. 3: Beta Club. 2. 3: F. H. A.. 

3. 

"How eoodness heightens beauty!" 
JOHNNY KENT 

Honors. 1 : MS&T Honors. 2. 

"He who is pood is happy.'' 
MARIAN KEY 

"A light heart lives long." 
ELAINE KILDUFF 

Theta Tri-Hi-V. 3; Treble Clef Club. 3: 

Y-Teens. 1 : Silver "T". 1 : Class Council. 

1 : Newspaper. 1. 

"Pert, lively, and winsome." 

MATTIE LOU KNIGHT 

"Not in rewards, but in the strength to 
strive, the blessing lies." 



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RAY KXIGHT 

"Hitch your waRon to a stir and there- 
fore reach creat heiKhts."' 

WILLIAM KNUTSON 

Academy Hi-Y. 3; Football •'A" Var- 
sity. 3. 

"Best kind of sport and a pnl true- 
blue." 

CAROLINE LABOrSEim 

"Meelini: all with a friendly creetinj:." 

BILLIE LAIRP 

Y— Teen. 1 : Christian Workers' Counril. 
! : Treble Clef Club. 1. 2; Future Nurs« 

Club. 3. 

"There's n »rarden in her face where 

ruses nnd while lilies blow," 

WY.MAN LAMD 

Acadmy Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: V. I'rc^.. 2: 
Pre!*.. 3 ; Munkcteer, 3 : Footbnll. "A" 
Varsity. 1. 2. 3: Basketbn)] : Track. 1. 
2. 3: Konors. 1. 2: Golil -R". 3: Mo»l 
Valuable Reserve — Football. 2. 
"Stard in athletic!* and Triendi^hip." 

CLINTON SCOTT (SCOTTYl 
LANGHAM 
Cadet Hi-V. 1. 2. 3; De Molij-. 1. %: 
Hnnon*. 1 : Sabre Club. 3 : Rifle Team, 
1. 2. 3. 
J'He \t> witty, he in clever, he in an all- 
around irood fellow." 

CHARLES M. LASS 

Richmond Choralieni. 1. 2. 3: Stnirinit 

MU!ikelceni. 1. 2. 3: D. C. T. Club. S: 

Sabre Club. 

"Who conquem me shall find a stubborn 

foe." 

DANNY LaSVRB 

Academy Hi-V. 3 : D. E. Club. 2. 3; Bas- 
ketball. 1 : Track. 1. 

"Talk he can and talk he will : h"' 
tonifue is ver>' seldom still." 

JOSEPH 0. LEE 

Academy Hi-Y. 2. 3; Richmond Chora* 
Iiem. 2. 3: Fo<ith«ll. "A' V«r«ily. 2. 3: 
"H" Vnmity. 1 ; Hontirs. 1. 
"Teiichern don't rccoirnirc ecnius when 
they ncv it." 

JOSEPH M. (JODIE) LEE 

Cndet Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: C. A. P. 
"Little npKrkff ntnrt Kreat fircM." 



DAN LESTER 

Beta Club, 2. 3. 

'He doth indec«l show ^pnrkn of wil. " 

HARVEY LOnS LEVY 

Tie Molay, 1. 2. 3: Beta Club. 1. 2. 3- 
Ba-<«kfthBll. "B" Vnn«ity. 1 : Hiirh Honor. 
I: Honor. 2: Rainbow. 2. 
"Widdom In better than rubt*i«." 

KAREN ELIZABETH LEWIS 

Kirbmond Chomlicrtt, 2. 3; Trano. fror.i 

Sl.phen F. Austin Hijrh School. Br>'iti<, 

Texn^. 

"Kindly and companionable." 

HETTY RACHEL LOGAN 
ChriJitinn Wfirkerw' Council. 3. 
"Tickinir ever>- minute." 

JO ANN LOWRY 

"A thiHK of beauty is a joy forever: it« 
lovelinesA increa»c?i : it will never pat^t 
into nothintrnc^s.'' 

RUDY LOWRY 
Academy Hi-Y. 2. 3. 
"Rejoirc. O younjr man. in thy youth." 

CHARLES MALPASS 

"The eyes of a master will do mor- 

work than both hia hands." 
ROBERT F. MARBLE 

Richmond ChornIien<. 1 : SinKintt Muxkct- 

eers. I : Mu!iic Award. 

"The man who nit* idly and think«." 

MARY JANE MARBUT 

Th.ta Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: V. Prcs.. 2: 
Latin Club, 2: Chri:«tinn Workem* Coun- 
cil. 3: Richmond Choraliern, 3: Sec.. 3: 
Beta Club. 2. 3: Sec.. 2: Hijrh Honors. 
2: Class Sccrctarj-. 1: GirU Activities 
Meda). 3; Glee Club. 1: Newspaper. 1. 
"A «iuict way. a cheerful smile, a (rirl 
who is a friend worthwhile." 

CONSTANCE E. MARSH 

R-iinbow. 2. 3: Latin Club. 2: Christian 
Workem" Council. 2. 3: Treble Clef Club. 
2. 3: Richmond Choraliers, 3: Beta Club, 
2. 3: F. T. A.. 2. 3: Music Honor. 2: 
History Mwlal. 2; D. A. R. Award. 2: 
Hiirhest Honors. 2; Choral Club. 1: Stu- 
tlent Patrol; Newspaper. 1; Silver "T". 
Valedictorian. 3. 
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JOSEPH H. MARSHALL 

4-H Club; Trans, from Evans High 

School, Evans. Ga. 

"Wisdom shall die with you."" 

NANELL MARSHALL 

Musketeer. 3 : Treble Clef Club. 3 ; Rich- 
mond Choraliers, 3 ; Trans, from Rock- 
ville Hiirh School. Rockville. Ind. 
"It's nice to be natural when you're 
naturally nice." 

NAKCY LYNN MARSHALL 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3 : Rainbow. 3 ; Beta 

Club. 2. 3; Treas., 3; Highest Honors. 2; 

Trans, from North Fulton Hifih School. 

Atlanta. Ga. ; G. A- A.. 1: Dramatic 

Club. 1. 

"Behind those eyes there lies much 

mischief." 

DOROTHY J. MARTIN 

Richmond Choraliers. 3; HiKh Honors, 2. 
"'Busy here and there.'" 

ELLA G. MARTIN 

F. H. A.. 3. 
\jfSi\\e keeps her natures to herself,'" 

SHIRLEY GAIL MARTIN 

Trans, from Gaffney High School. Gaff- 

ney. S. C. 

"Her aim is to leap to greater heights." 
MARY FLEMING MARTIN 

Theta Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: Richmond 

Choraliers. 2; Tubman Times. 1; Glee 

Club. 

"A merry heart maketh a cheerful 

countenance." 
SHIRLEY ALICE McBEATH 

Rainbow. 3. 

"May the wing of friendship never 

moult a feather." 
BARBARA McBRIDE 

"Best of luck in all your ambitions." 

MAJRY ETTA McCONNELL 

Trans, from Lakeview High School, 
Winter Garden. Fla. 
"Happiness leads to success," 



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Volleyball. 1 : 



BOBBIE s. McDonald 

Y-Teen. 1, 2: Treble Clef Club. 
Beta Club. \, 2: Rainbow Girls. I 
"Pleasing smile." 
LOUISE McGAHEE 
Theta Tri-Hi-Y, 
Chorah'ers. 2: Silver "H". 
1 : Managing Editor. \. 
"Always on the go." 

EDWINA McKENNA 

Basketball. 1 ; Softball. 1 

Ring Tennis. 1 : Trans, from New Dorp 

High School. New York. 

"A sweet girl, liked by all." 

BARBARA JEAN McKIE 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 2, 3; Musketeer. 3: Fu- 
ture Nurses, 3. 
"A merry heart that laughs at care." 

WILLIAM LYNNE McMICHAEL 

De Molay. 1 ; High Honors. 2. 
"Another like him would be hard l<.. 
find." 

GERALD McNEAL 

"Good luck and a bright future." 
DORIS FAYE McNURE 

Y-Tecn. 2: Treble Clef Club. 1. I 
Club. 1. 2; Rainbow Girls. 1. 2. 
"Blond hair and d.Tncing feel." 

JIMMY M. MEXGER 

Academy Hi-Y.. 2. 3: Checrlender. 3. 
"Ever in smiles and always friendly." 

JOHNNY MENGER 

Academy Hi-Y, 1. 2. 3; Football. "A" 
Varsity. 1. 2. 3; naseball. 1. 2, 3: Stti- 
dent Council 1. 
"An A-1 athlete and friend." 

SHIRLEY JOYCE MERRITT 

".Mways busy." 



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MOXTIE MILLS 

"The best nnd simplest conmetic for 
women is constAnt Kcntleness and i>ym- 
pathy." 
PEARL MI MS 
D. E. Club. 2. 
"Her friends are numerous." 

CLAIRE MINOR 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: TrcM.. 2; 
Latin Club. 2; l)<M« Club. 2: Futuft 
Nur^eK. 3: High Honor?. 2. 
"Friendship liehts the pathway of her 
life." 

ERNEST E. MITCHELL 

"Man is the merrici^t. the most joyous 
of all the »pi-cies of creation." 

MARIANNE MITCHELL 

Y-Teen. 3 ; Latin Club. 2 : Christian 
Workers' Council. 3: Beta Club. 2, 3: 
Honors. 2. 
"A sweet smile, a swe«t cirl." 



TO.M MIXON 

"Sinir away sorrow, lauirh away care." 

GRACE WALTO.V MOLINEUX 

Thcta Tri-Hi-y. 2. 3: Rainbow. 2. 3; 
Christian Worken«' Council. 3 : B**! t 
Club. 2. 3; HiKh Honors. 2; Silver -T". 
1: NL-wttpaper. I: Student Store. I. 
"Thy cpirit t>f cheerfulness spreads a 
radiant liRht on the souls of all." 

EDWARD F. MOODY 

Richmond Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: Basketball. 1. 
2. 3: Capt.. 3; FimtlMill. "B" Varnity. 2: 
Tennis. 1. 2; Golf. 3: Sabre Ciub. 2 3. 
"Whoso findeth a wife, findeth a kochI 
thinn." 
BARBARA AN.N* MORRIS 

"Quiet and polite." 

BARBARA LOWTC MORRIS 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3: Rainbow. 2. S: 
Latin Club. 2 : Chrintian Wurlcvra' Coun- 
cil. 3 : Beta Club. 2. 3 : Uailcetball. I : 
Hich Honors. 2: Girb Artivitien Medal. 
3: Newspaper Staff. I: Glee Club. 1. 
"A true friend with n smile as a trade- 
mark.** 



CORDELIA MORRIS 

"To her friends she is loyal, faithful, 
and true." 

FAYE MORRIS 

"Bear in mind thiil life Is what wc 
make it." 

NAOMI .MORRIS 

"Work is the mt-ot of life: pleasure, the 
dessert." 

THO.MAS MORRIS 

"No matter how far wc search. 

We will nev*T find one more kind." 

JEANNE MORRISON 
"Clearer than the noonday," 



EVE MOSELEY 

Alpha Trt-Hi-Y, 1, 2: Latin Club, 2. 
"Belovdl for her smile, her look, her 
way of speak inic icently." 

JOE E. MOSELEY 

Beta Club. 2. 3. 

"He never is atone that is accompanied 

with noble thounhts." 

JANET E. MULCAY 

Musketeer. 3: Ftichmond Choraliers. 2. 
3: Silver "T". 1 : Library Assistant, I. 
"A .merry heart ducth irood like a medi- 
cine." 

ANNE M. MURA 

Rainbow. 3: BeU Club. 2. 3: 4-H Cliil> 

I. 2. 3: HiKhest Honors. 2. 

"The Bentle mind by Kentic (Ie4*ds i 

known,'* 

JACQl'ELYN ("JACKIE") 
.MURRAY 

Thela Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2. S ; See.. 2: Pr.- 
3: Hiuhest Honont. 2: Class Council. 1 
Ijitin Club. 2: Beta Club. 2. 3: Ne» 
pnper. 1 : Choral Club, I. 
Artivf in mind and IknIv." 








SHIRLEY ANN NASH 

Christian Workers' Counci], 3. 

"Describe her who can, 

A ciimbination that is pleasant in wo- 
man." 
CHARLENE NEELY 

Majorette, 2, 3 ; Twirling Championship. 

"A cheerful heart which makes bright 

the path of life." 
RAY D. NEWMAN 

Cadet Hi-Y. 2. 3 : Cheerleader. 3; Track 

2. 

"Sport that wrinkled care derides 

And laughter holding both his sides."' 

SYDNOR W. NEWTON 

Richmond Hi-Y, 1. 2, 3 : Basketball. "B" 
Varsity. 1. 

"Why worry? Things will happen any- 
way." 

PATRICIA ANN NeSMITH 

Alphn Tri-Hi-Y, 2. 3 ; Christian Work- 
ers' Council. 2. 3 : Treble Clef. 2. 3 : 
Kichmnnd Choraliers. 2. 3 : F. T. A.. 3: 
CIU.SS Council. \ : Silver "T". 1 : Choral 
Club. It Sec.. 1. 

"Thy voice is sweet, as if it took its 
music from thy face." 



ORIAN S. NEIHUSS 

Cadet H-Y. 2. 3 ; Band : Trans, from 
Americus High School. Americus. Ga. 
"Good looking Kuy. well-liked by all.'' 

ALICE M. OGDEN 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 2, 3; Chaplain. 3 

Christian Workers' Council, 3 ; Basket 

ball. "A" Varsity. 3: Future Nurses 

Honors. 2: Newspaper. 1. 

"A sunny disposition is a getter of 

friends.'' 

MARTHA OVERMAN 

Christian Workers' Council. 3. 
"Silence is virtue." 

JOHN OWENS 

Band. 

"A decent boldness ever meets with 

friends." 

MOZELLE L. OWENS 

Treble Clef Club. 2: Beta Club. 2. 
"Quiet and sociable." 



NELLIE ROSE PADGETT 

BasketbaU, 1. 

"Bright as sunset after rain." 

FRANCES PATTERSON 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 3; Beta Club. 2. 3; 

High Honors, 2: Trans, from Fort Hood 

High School. Fort Hood. Texas : Glee 

Club. 1 ; Newspaper. 1. 

"She makes the world brighter with her 

smile.'' 

JANETTE PATTERSON 
F. H. A., 1. 2. 

"Frame your mind to mirth and merri- 
ment." 

BETTY PAYNE 
"A good disposition." 

PATRICIA ANN PAYNE 

Beta Club. 3 : Trans, from Rome HijTfi 
School. Rome. Ga. : Tri-Hi-Y. 2: Latin 
Club. 1; Newspaper. 2: Glee Club, 1: 
English Club. 1 : Journalism Club, 2 ; 
Library Assistant. 2. 

"Sweet as they come, well worth know- 
ing.*' 



PRENTICE PEABODY 

Academv Hi-Y. 1. 2, 3; Richmond Cho- 
raliers. 2, 3: Singing Musketeers. 2, 3 
Football, "B" Varsity. 2: Co-Capt.. 2 
"A" Varsity. 3; Basketball. 1. 2. 3 
Track. 1. 2, 3; Sabre Club. 1. 2. 3. 
"Tall, high-powered, and hard to beat." 
DAWN D. PEACOCK 

Musketeer. 3; Rainbow. 3: Treble Clef 
Club, 2. 3: V. Pres., 3. 
"How sweet is thy music." 

PEGGY PEACOCK 

Treble Cief Club. 2. 

"Sweet, demure, and altogether lovely." 

PHYLLIS J. PEARRE 

Rainbow. 2. 

"A simile of ever>'one." 

LA\^RNE PINION 

"Small folks seem to fill space that no 
others can replace." 




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MARIE PERKINS 

"A friend constant in all thinRS." 

CLARK PERRY 

Codot Hi-Y. 3 : Acndemy Hi-Y. 2 : 
Trans, from Greenwood Hitch School, 
Greenwood. S. C. 
"What should n man do but be merry." 

LURLYNE PHILLIPS 

"A friendly lassie." 

MARY HELEN PHILLIPS 

Treble- Clef Club. 2. 

"Always willinK. nlwnys ready — the kind 

that is true-blue." 

STEWART PHINIZY 

Cadet Hi-Y. 3: Rainbow. 3. 
"Work is work and must be done; 
Yet as 1 work. 1 have my fun." 

JOYCE PIKE 

"A future briKht as sunshine." 

CARL POWELL 

mind» climb a*,>«>nci«t into 



"Fcnrlcwi* 

crowns." 



WILLLAM S. PRATHER 

Snbrv Club. 3; Rifle Team. I. 2. 3: Mii:- 
tarj- Staff. 3; Ix^tnnrd Wood M'eilnl. 
"Whatever tadk he wan rolled upon to 
do, he necompli-thed it well." 

DAPHNE PRICE 

"Looka to wtual her jirace.'' 

HAZEL PRICE 

"Just naturally friendly and allurinE." 



JAMES J. PIRKLE 

Cadet Hi-Y. I. 2. 3: He Mnlny. 2. 3 ; Rifle 
Team. 2. 3 ; Honont. 1. 
"Hii» itmilf tjt rnntnifioUF." 

JIMMY RAINES 

Richmond Hi-Y. I. 2. 3: V. Pr™.. 1: 
ChrLstian Workers' Council. 3 ; llaskct- 
ball "H" Vnn.ity. I: Gold "R". 3: Hiuh 
Honors. 1: Beta Club. I. 2. 3: Pre*.. 2; 
1 Golf. 1. 2. 3; Sabre Club. 2 3. 
"T»"He has been tried and found so true; 
He ever seeks s«tme icuocl to do." 

BILLY RAMSnOTHAM 

De MoUy. 1. 2. 3; Munketeer. 3. 
"Lauuh and live ni* only youth can." 

JERRY A.N'NE REESE 

Christian Worker** Council. 2 : Treble 

Clef Club. 2. 3; Richmond Choroller*. 

2: BeU Club. 1. 2: Honont. 1: F. T. A.. 

1. 2. 

"A Houl of kindncM. bclirvInK rood of 

everyone." 

JAMES D. REESE 

"That which in worth havins, U worth 
fitrhtinK for." 

NEVA PEARL REYNOLDS 

Rainbow. 3. 

"Vivacity iit n true itift of woman." 

BETTY RICHARDS 

"It IK not thinir* that matter: it ix ali 
in the way you l'»ok nt thinR*." 

EDWARD H. RIDDLE 

Cadet Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3 : De Molay. 1. 2. 3: 
Drum CorpK : Honon*: MSAT Honors. 
"To have a friend you mujil be one." 

ODELL LEE RILEY 

Acnd.my Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3; Sabre Club. 3: 
Rifle Team. 2. 3. 

"A man full of knowIe<I(re lit a miiiJ 
that never fails." 

NANCY RVTH RIVERS 

Chrintian Worken** Council. 2. 3: Treble 
Clef Club, 3; Richmond Choralieri.. 3. 
"It mallem more what'* in a woman'? 
face than whnt'it on it.'* 




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ANN ROBERTS 

Y-Teen, 1, 2, 3 : Christian Workers' 
Council. 3; Richmond Choraliers. 2: Fu- 
ture Nurses, 3: Black and Gold "T", 1; 
Honors. 2, 

"A rose with all its sweetest leaves yet 
folded." 

GERTRUDE ROBERTSON 

Y-Teen. 1 : D. E. Club, 3 : Beta Club. 
2. 3 : Hiprh Honors, 2. 

"Her worth can never be fully appreci- 
ated." 

ALLEN D. ROE 

Rifle Team. 2, 3. 

"Ability to win the esteem of all." 

STANLEY ROSENTHAL 

De Molay, 2 : Band. 

"The hand that follows intellect will 
achieve,'' 
CHAD ROSS 

"It matters not how lonjr we live, but 
how." 

JACKIE ROTJNTREE 

Thcta Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3 : Sec. 3 : Y-Teen. 

1 ; V. Pres., 1 : Richmond Choraliers. 2: 

Beta CRih. 2. 3 : Class Officer. 1 : Glee 

Club. 1 : V. Pres.. 1 : HiKh Honors. 2 : 

Silver "T". 1. 

"Sweet and pretty, iteat and fair, loved 

by everyone, everywhere." 
ROBERT ALLEN ROWE 

"Know what you want, and then go 

after it." 

LAURA SUE ROWE 

"There's something big- in every little 
thing: find it." 

HERMAN L. ROWELL 

Cadet Hi-Y. 2. 3 : Chap.. 2: Sec. 2 ; 
Pres.. 3 : Singing Musketeers. 3 : Rich- 
mond Choraliers, 3 : Football. "B" Var- 
sity, I. 2: Sabre Club. 2, 3: High Hon- 
ors, 1. 
"Here's our Romeo, where's Juliet?" 

SANDY ROZACK 

"Quiet and conscientious." 



PAUL T. RUFO 

Football. "A" Varsity. 2. 3. 

"To eat. and to drink, and to be merry." 
ELBA SANDIN 

Christian Workers' Council. 3. 

"From the sacred treasure vaults of 

friendship, hers is a priceless gem." 
SHIRLEY ANN SATCHER 

"Too low they build, who build beneath 

the stars." 
MARGARET SAXON 

"Rarely do we meet in one combined, a 
beautous body and a virtuous mind." 

KATHERINE (PUNK) SCALES 

Theta Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3 : Musketeer, 2 : 
Rainbow. 3: Class Council. 1: Newspa- 
per. 1 : Asistant Business Manager, 1 ; 
Student Patrol. 1 : Silver "T". 
"Good nature is one of the richest gifts 
of life." 

ROY SCARBOROUGH 

Academy Hi-Y, 3 : Richmond Choraliers. 
3; Singing Musketeers, 3: Football. "A" 
Varsity, 2. 3; Co-Capt.. 3: "B" Varsity, 
1: Basketball "B" Varsity. 1: Track. 2. 
3 : Sabre Club. 3 : MS&T Honors. 1 ; V, 
Pres. of Senior Class, 3. 
"Sport royal." 

BETTY ,IUNE SCOGGINS 

Y-Teen. 1 : M'usketoer. 3 ; Treble Clef 
Club. 3 ; Intramural Volleyball and Soft- 
ball. 1. 
"A kind heart and n level head." 

MONTIE SELLERS 

"To thine own self he true. And it must 
follow, as the nicht the day. Thou canst 
not then bu false to any man." 

FRANCES MARIE SETZE 

Theta Tri-Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: Rainbow. .1: 
Latin Club. 2 ; Beta Club. 2. 3: Class 
Council. 1 : Newspaper. 1 : Black and 
(lold T". 1 : Hiirh Honors. 2. 
".\ tiny bundle of everythiuK nice." 

JUX'E SKWELL 

Heta Club. 2. 3 ; F. T. A.. 3; Future 
Nurses, ."i : HiKh Honors. 2. 
"A soul as liRht as heaven." 








DEB SHEFFIELD 

"May your future ever be briBht !*' 

BARBARA JEAN SHIRLEY 

Y-Teen. 1; Rainbow. 3: D. E.. Club. 2: 
Basketball "B" Varsity. 1: Intrnmuriil 
Softball. 1, 2: 'Volleyball. I. 2: Rinn 
Tennis. 1. 
"The licht of the body is in the eye.'' 

BETTY JO SHIRLEY 

Y-Teen. 1; Rainbow. 3 : D. E. Club. 3; 
Basketball "B" Varsity. 1 ; Intramural 
Softball. 1, 2: Volleyball. 1. 2: Rintr T -n- 
nis. 1. 

"I had o pleasant time with my mind, 
for it wos happy." 

NANCY SILBERT 

Musketeer. 3 ; Newspaper. 1. 
"Her armor is her honest thought." 

JEAN SMALLWOOD 

"Wisdom to Ruide her ambition." 



CATHERINE SMART 
Y-Tt-cn. 1. 2. 3: BiwkclbnU "b" Vnr- 
sity, 1. 2. 3. 

"Kin(lnci» is a virtue to treasure nl- 
wfty»," 

BEVERLY SMITH 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, 1. 2. 3: Christmn 
Workers' Council. 3: Richmond Cho- 
mliers. 3 : Chornl Club. I : Student Pa- 
trol. 1 : New!*paper. 1. 
"Full of fun and a smile for all." 

HAROLD C. SMITH 

D. E. Club. 2. 3. 

"He who seeks happiness is a fool; h.- 

who denies happiness i-* a irrcater fool.'* 

JACQUELYNE SMITH 

Bern Club. 2; Chri.-tinn Workers' Coun- 
cil, 2 : I'hi I'si Omecn. 3. 
"The heoven such irrnces did lend her 
Thnt she mieht admiral l»e." 

MARTHA E. SMITH 
Thetii Tri-Hi-Y. I. 2. 3; Christian 
Workers' Council. 2. 3: Future Nurse*. 3. 
"A smilinK nature thnt always scema to 
fit the present need." 



MARY R. SMITH 

Christian Workers' Council. 3; Rainbow 
Girls. 1. 2. 3. 

"A willing heart, a helping hand, alway-* 
ready, on demand." 

PEGGY ANN SMITH 

Y-Teen. 3 ; Rainbow, 3 ; Christian 

Workers' Council. 2. 3; Richmond Cho- 

raliers. 3: Tmns. from Roosevelt Hiuh 

Srhool. Atlanto. Gn. ; F. H. A.. 1; Gleo 
£lub. 1. 

^harms strike the sinht. but merit 
wins the soul." 

WALKER SOJOl'RNER 

Cadet Hi-Y. 2. 3: Mnnaner. "B" Varsity 
Bdskellmll. 2; Band Club. 2; Rainbow. 2. 
"An all around soud fellow." 

CURTIS STACY 

Richmnnil Chnrallcrs, 3: SinxinB Mu9- 

kclwnt, ;j. 

"The wny tn enin a friend is to be oh-.'." 
ED STANFORD 

"Malic up your mind what you want to 
do, tllvn do it.'' 



GEORGE STAVRO 

Football "A" Varwity. 2, 3. 

"Quality not quantity, is my measure." 

PAULA STEPHENS 
Majorello. I. 2. 3; Twirlinjc Contest — 
2nd plan*. 2 ; Trans, from Thomaevllle 
Hiiih School. Thomnsville. Gn. : Tri-Hi- 
Y. 1; Glfe Club. 1 : Athletic Association. 
"How natural is joy. my heart." 

MAURICE STEINBERG 

Academy Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3: Footlinll "A" 
Varsity. I. 2. 3: Itasketball. "B" Var- 
sity. 1: Sabre Club. 3. 
"In the twinklinK of an eye." 

RICHARD STILL 

HeU Club. I: Football "A" Varsity. 3; 
"H" Varsity. 1, 2. 
"Hail fellow, well met.*' 

JOAN STRIPLING 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3; Y-Tcen. 1; Rain- 

bi.w C.irls. 1. 2. 3, 

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Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, 1. 2, 3 : Chap., 2: Se^;.. 

3; Student Council. 1; Latin Club, 2; 

Christian Workers* Council. 2. 3; Hii^'ii 

Honors, 2 : F. T. A.. 3 ; Treas. of Soph. 

Class, 1 : Gold "T". 1 : Newspaper, 1. 

"A lovely girl we've all admired, whose 

pleasant ways are much desired." 
VIRGINIA FAY STUM 

Future Nurses Club, 3. 

•'For all that fair is. is by nature good." 

HELEN STURDIVANT 

"Opportunity awaiting her." 
DAVID L. SWAN 

"What should one do but be merry." 
JAMES W, SWINDLE 

Christian Workers' Council. 3 ; Trans. 

from Oak Ridge High School, Oak 

Ridge. Tenn. 

"Live! for the morrow has greater 

things in store for you." 



ANN TANKERSLEY 

Musketeer, 3 ; F. H. A.. 3 : Chorus. 3. 
"A thousand girls in one-'' 

DOLLY TANNER 

"Life holds no greater pleasure than 
that which comes through serving oth- 
ers," 

ELIZABETH THOMPSON 

Y-Teen. 1, 2, 3: Musketeer. 3: Rainbow, 

2. 3; F. H. A., 3; Chorus. 1. 3. 

"May Dame Fortune ever smile on you." 

WILLIAM THOMPSON 

"First rate friend.'' 

TOMMY THOROUGHMAN 

Beta Club. 2. 3 ; Football. "B" Varsity. 2. 
"A girl-minded individual," 



DOUGLAS A. TSCHORN 

Richmond Choraliers, 2, 3 ; Singing Mus- 
keteers, 2. 3 : Trans, from Jackson High 
School, Jackson. Tenn. 
"Every man of courage is a man of his 
word,'" 

JOYCE USRY 

"Small cheer and great welcome make 
a merry feast." 

GLENDA VAIL 

Treble Clef Club. 1. 2; Richmond Cho- 
raliers, 1, 2; Choral Club. 1; Newspa- 
per. 1. 

"Happiness is the shadow of things 
past." 

BOBBIE VOYLES 

"A nice girl and a good friend.'* 
ARTHUR WADE 

Academy Hi-Y. 1. 2. 3; Football, "A" 

Varsity. 2: "B" Varsity. 1. 

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LOIS WALDROP 

Y-Teen. 2 : D. E. Club. 3: Treble Clef 
Club. 1. 2: Trans, from Jefferson Hieh 
School. Tampa. Fla. 
"Once your friend, always your friend." 

CARL WALKER 

"A light heart lives lone." 
ANGELING WALL 

Latin Club. 2 : Beta Club. 2. 3. 

"A good heart is worth gold.'' 

BARBARA WALLER 

Class Council. 1 : Christian Workers' 
Council. 3 ; Treble Clef Club. 3 : Future 
Nurses. 3 ; F. H. A.. 3; Newspaper, 1. 
"The eternal feminine doth draw us on." 
ROBERT WALTON 

De M'olay. 1. 2. 3: Master Counsellor, 3: 
Band. 1. 2. 3; C. O.. 2. 3. 

X"Look to the future and not to the past, 
the best is yet to come." 




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WAXDA WARD 

Thcta Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3: Latin Club. 2: 
Trnns. from North Aucustn Hieh 
School. North AuRUsta. S. C. ; Class 
Sec. 1 ; Class Queen. I : F. T. A., 1 : 
Sec., 1: Library Club, 1. 
•'Come and trip it as you eo. on that 
light fantastic toe." 

MARY F. WELLS 

Trans, from RidKeland HikH School, 

rRidceland. S. C. 
"A sense of humor, a sense of wit. and 
plenty of nonsense." 
MAXIXE WEST 

Trans, from Fair Park Hich Schwil. 

Shreveport. La, 

"A friond tu everybody." 

W. L. (PETE) WHATLEY 
Cadet Hi-Y. I. 2. 3; Tres.. 3 
Council. 2; Beta Club. I. 2, 3: Basket 
bal! "B" Varsity 1. 2: Snbre Club. 3: 
MS&T Merit Bar. 1 : HiRhest Honors. 1 : 
Hik'h Honors, 2. 

"A love for rifles and the call of the 
forest." 

HETTY JUNE WHITAKER 

Christian Workers' Council. 2. 3: Rich- 
mond Choraliers. 3; Glee Club. 1. 
■'She has ii voice of Kladncss." 

IIAKOLD WILLIAMSON 
■To be stronii Xv. to be hiippy." 

HENRY D. WILSON 

I). K. Club. 2. 3: Stale Prcs. 

Club. 3. 

■■Characler is the cornerj^tone 

success." 

EDWARD WOOD 

"Whenever you iiri- wincerely pica*, d. 
you are nourinhc<l." 

HAROLD WOOD 

•'The terit of nn enjoyment in the rc- 
mfmbrance which it lenvea behind." 

WILLIE WOODS 

Football. "B" Vnmity. 1 : Banketball. 
•*A fine fellow and a itood sport." 



KARINE W. WOOTEN 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 3: Musketeer. 3; Rain- 
bow. 3; Tran». from North Fulton Hlirb 
Schwd. Atlanta, Co.: Dramatic Club. 1. 
2: French Club. 1. 2: Y-Teen. I: Now?- 
pnptr. 1. 2; G. A. A.. 1. 2. 
"Describe her who can, a combinati "i 
that in pleatinnl in woman." 

ETHEL WRIGHT 

Thcla Tri-Hi-Y. 2, 3: Rainbow. 3; 
Christian Workers' Council. 3; F. T. A.. 
3 : Clnos Council. 1 ; Newspaper. \ : Busi- 
ness M'anacer, !; Student rntrol. 1. 
"An encrttctic as a spring day." 

GRACE YARRROUGH 

Y-Teen. 3: Musketeer. 3: Latin Club. 2: 
Christian Workers' Council. 2. 3: Younff 
Life Club. 3; Newspaper. \. 
"In her quietness, there is a charm." 
MICHAEL D. ZUCKER 
Student Council. 1: De Molay. \. 2. 3: 
Scribe. 1 ; Master Counsellor. 2 : Beta 
Club. 1. 2. 3: Hijrhcst Honors. I, 2. 
"The wealth of mankind is the wisdom 
they leave." 

PATRICIA L. ZURFLTjH 

Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3: Student Council. 
1: Rainbow Girls. \. 2. 3: Latin Club, 
2: Hidhest Honors. 2. 
"A clevt-r irirl in ovor>- way. she'll be a 
tircat success someday." 

SARA L. BAGBY 
Hiirh Honors. 2. 
"You havo a way both briKht and (ray." 

RUTH POWELL 

"Quift of voice and sweet of face." 

RUBY RICKETTS 




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J. p. Adams 
Roy Alewine 
Bill Alexander 
Ray Allen 
Lano Anderson 
Ted Atwood 
Anne Bailey 
Katherine 
Bailey 



Dudley Baird 
Nick Baches 
Dot Barker 
Annette Barrett 
Charles Bell 
Richard Joseph 

Bennett 
Verdy Blackwell 
Carolyn Bowen 

Gordon Brack 
Beverly 

Brandeuberg 
Breck Brigham 
Caroline 

Browne 
William 

Brunkhurst 
Barbara Buck 
Jo Ann Burbidge 
Joyce Caldwell 



Gene Cavedel 
Frank Christian 
Joyce Clark 
\'irginia Connell 
Barbara Cook 
Marian Cook 
Joe Cooler 
Grace Creech 



Wm. Creighton 
Jeff Crout 
Helen Daniels 
Joe Diclvs 
l!ea Dodd 
Mary Ellen Dorn 
Joe D\ikes 
iVIary Ann Dunn 



Margie Elser 
Harriet Epps 
Mary Ann Epps 
Marilyn Evans 
Richard Faglier 
Wayne Farmer 
Eva Fernadez 
Willie Joe 
Fletcher 



Margie Floyd 
Catherine Folk 
Mary Dorothy 

Ford 
Elizabeth 

Freenuui 
Uosalyn Ghitter 
(!ene ("libson 
R. E. Chulin 
' Betty Ann 
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Mary C. Goss 
Ann Grantham 
Xorman Griffin 
Carolyn Griffis 
David Halcame 
Patsy Hall 
Martha Harden 
Roy Harris 



Lanny Harrison 
Marianna Heath 
Billy Henderson 
Joyce Hodges 
Jimmy Holden 
Belva Earle Hortoii 
Christine Hundley 
Carmen Jennings 



Richard Jennings 
Chappy Jones 
Wanda Jowers 
Richard Jue 
Charles 

Killingsworth 
Eleanor Kilpatrick 
Charles King 
Joyce Knotts 



Billy Law- 
Shirley Ledbetter 
Elizabeth Lehmann 
Meriani Lewis 
Jerry Lowe 
Anne Lowry 
Caro MacDonald 
Carolyn Magruder 



Jane Marriott 
Jane Marschalk 
Margie Matthews 
Carol McElhenny 
Swain McElmurray 
Jackie McGowan 
Mary Ann Mellin 
Harriett Melton 



Grace Merry 
Kenneth Merry 
Harold Minis 
Gwen Mock 
Betty Jean Moore 
Soleta Morris 
Helen Myrick 
Gloria Xewsome 



Catherine Newton 
Jeannie Niehuss 
Mary Ann Oakley 
Hazel Oetjen 
Dulaney O'Roark 
Billy Oxner 
Billy Partridge 
James Perdue 



Ann Peters 
Annette Pike 
Milton Plunkett 
Elizabeth Portwood 
Oelores Poteet 
Ronald Pound 
Robin Powell 
Barbara Pruitt 



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Herbert Silvei- llryjin Sinikins Bett\' Skinner Lelia Solis Charlie Spearman Hoy Swancey Walter Swanoy Ralph Swords 

SliirU'v Tiirlvn MiUKot Teagne Hobby Teasley Patricia Terrell Alice Thompson Edna Thompson Uarbara Tlllery Joan Underwood 

C.iniiyii Vaughn l^larriet Videttn Tanya Von Bergen Edward Wall Ernestine Walton Joan Watkins Shirley Watkins Billy West 

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President SUZIE BAGGOTT 

Vice-President ELAINE HOGAX 

Secretary LARRY BENNETT 




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Robert Abbott 
Marian Adkins 
Wendell Alford 
Ann Alston 



Suzie Baggott 
Gene Barinowski 
Rennie ileasley 
Sylvia Beckum 



Flarold Benson 
Kvelyn Berger 
Josephine Blackstone 
Jimmy Blackwell 



Kenneth Boyette 
(ieorge Bowen 
Marian Branch 
Mae Brickie 



Larry Broyles 
Albert Bumpus 
Bayliss Burdison 
Marjorie Burgamy 



Martha Ann Cauthen 
Laura Ann Chambley 
June Cheever 
Benson Cheong 



PegKy Cook 
Gretchen C'orley 
Martha Crini 
James Cullens 



Patricia Davis 
Anne Dixon 
Melba Dobbins 
Wallace Dorn 




Ann Anderson 
li";i Akhis 
I'.'ity Arkinson 
Judy Ayers 



Hilly Helding 
Hetty HhII 
Uounie Bell 
Larry Bennett 



Charles Blamhard 
David Bohiisroush 
li'.'iri llnland 
(arolyn Bostick 



ciiailcs lii-iu-hani 
.\!iKela Brown 
Hi-rl>iTi Brown 
Stuart Brown 



Bobby Bush 
Betty Joe Cadden 
Billy Cnlamas 
Ira Cartee 



Barbara Clarke 
Joan Clark 
Mary Jo Clark 
Leopold ("ohen 



Connie Currie 
Charles Daniel 
Charles Davis 
Martha Ann Davis 



Cornelia Dunham 
Nancy Durden 
James Kason 
George Edenfield 



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Betty Ellis 
Ann Etheredge 
GeorKe Evans 
Sue Felty 



Nancy Ford 
Thomas Ford 
Joan Foster 
Leonard Friediiuin 



Henri Ann Giradot 
Edna Mae Godwin 
Conrad Goodwin 
I'hillip Goolsby 



Error 

Danny Hagler 
Neal Holconib 
Jackie Halford 



Jinmiie Mae Heng 
Paula Hickson 
Carole Hipps 
Bev Hlte 



Chiirles Hoi'ne 
Dot llorne 
Norma Home 
Hetty Howard 



Robert Inglett 
David Jackson 
Glaudette James 
VVillard James 



\'irginia Kluttz 
AKues Kuhlke 
Mary Lee 
Donald Lt'innns 



Ii"ma Mahlstcdt 
lloae Marie Mahlsledl 
Katherine Major 
Nancie Marsh 



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Janace Fender 
Jean Ferguson 
John Finley 
Jack Floyd 



Charles Gailes 
Katherine Gardner 
Barbara Gedding 
Betty Gilbert 



Mary Graham 
Henry Grant 
Nancy Greene 
Earl Gregorj' 



Darlene Hall 
Ann Hardin 
Barbara Hayes 
Eleanor Hemstreet 



Mary Hobbs 
Elaine Hogan 
Luan Holland 
Carol Holley 



Chester Huffman 
Myrtle Hunt 
Robert Hurst 
Paula Hyams 



Anne Jared 
Anne Jones 
Cory Johnson 
Stanley Keylon 



Gail Leverett 
Carole Little 
Robert Lord 
Kaye Macuch 



Dorothy Matthews 
Barbara Mays 
Dorothy Matthews 
Joan May 



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Sam Mays 
Donna McCord 
Douglas McCoy 
Bonnie Mcllwaine 



Annette Miles 
Wni. Miles 
Paula Miller 
Jimmy Mixon 



Benny Mullins 
Ronnie MuUis 
Elizabeth Murray 
Merle Mutimer 



Brailsford Nixon 
Billy Norris 
Melba Northcutt 
Fred Olive 



Camilla Paschal 
Marvin Pechter 
Eleanor Perkins 
Eddie Phillips 



Dale Preelorius 
JoAnn Price 
Tommy Robertson 
W. S. Rogers. Jr. 



Billie Sanders 
Bemice Rollins 
Rodger Sanderson 
Mary Ann Sawj-er 



Sydney Shields 
Freddie Simowitz 
Barbara Simpson 
Ann Skinner 



Elizabeth South 
Martha Stafford 
Margaret Steele 
Freida Strauss 



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Oscar Merritt 
Fran Merry 
Virginia Middleton 



Ciliiriii Mock 
r.(thhy .Moody 
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il:iyiiell Morgan 



Shirley Mutlnier 
Donald Neal 
Ralph Newman 
Faye Newsome 



Sharon Osheroft 
Pauline Otts 
Hill Owens 
'Jeneva Page 



lohn Potter 
Bobbie Lee Powell 
lackie Powell 
l..ois Powers 



'leraldlne Illnker 
Cliarlotte Kaum 
Patsy Reagan 
.Ann Held 



Jane Saxon 
Aileen Schwlening 
Ren Schwlening 
Myra Scott 



Joan Smith 
ludy Smith 
.Marion Smith 
itarbara Snellgrove 



Carol Tessler 
Harriet Tillman 
Darcy Thomas 
Barbara Thompson 



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Carline Usrj' 
Cecile Wallace 
Mattie Wallace 
Celeste Weathers 



Gwen Willis 
Robert Wilson 



Joanne Webster 
Elsie Wilkinson 
Danny Williams 
Alvis Willis 



James A. Wood 
J. B. Wood 



Robert Winchester Tommy Woodson 



Bobby Woo 



Betty Wortham 
Ann Yonce 
Patricia Young 
Temma Zipper 



Jane Woodward 



Rosalind Zucker 




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JAMES A. CALDWELL 
Major. Armor 

PMS&T. University «»f Wisconsin. 1940— Ph. B. Deco- 
rations and Service: Bronze Star. Purple Heart and 
Cluster. Presidential Citation and Cluster, Southwest 
Pacific Theatre with Arrowhead and Four Stars, 
Combat Infantry Uadcc. Philippine Liberation Medal 
with Two Stars, Occupational duty with United 
States Forces in Austria. 



JAMES D. HOLMES 
Major, Infantry 

Asst. PMS&T. Tennessee Militar>' Institute. 1932. 
Overseas service: European Theatre. 101st Airborne 
Division. Japan. 11th Airborne Division. Purple 
Heart. Bronze Star. Presidential Citation. Belgian 
Fourragere. French Croix de Guerre. 



MILITARY DEPARTMENT 




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Andrew J. liiowii 


SKC John F, Dooley 


SKC David \V. Mullins 


SFC Rex S. Rapier 


Captain — Infantiy 


Asst. Instructor — 


Detachment Supply 


Detachment 


Instructor 


Rifle Team Coach 


Sergeant 


Administrative 


M'ihitiiirtippi State 






Sergeant 


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BATTALION STAFF 





Lt. Col. Sam Fleming Maj. Sam live 

nattalion Commander Kattalion Executive 



Capt. K<1 Moody 
Adjutant 



Capt. W. S. Pralliei- 
Hattalion S-:i 






Maj. Thad Hattaway 
ISattalion 8-4 



Capt. Oerald McNeal 
Hallalion SI 



Ilonoiv Cadet Colonel 
Millie Howard 




Dattallon Staff: Foreground. Sam Fleming. 
Lett to right, Ed. .Moody. W. S. Prather, Wayne Uye. Gerald McNeal, Thad Hattaway. 



HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 





First Sergeant; George Short (not pictured) 



Coniiiiandin?: Officer 
James A\'. Farris 



Sponsor 
Joyce Hodges 



Executive Officer 
Jake Howard 




THIRD PLATOON 




Sponsor Platoon Leader 

Carolyn Gritfis Pete Whatley 



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Sponsor Platoon Leader 

Sue Berry i:)uane Grice 



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Lois Haniinund William Ashe 



"A" COMPANY 




Conimandiug Officer 
Herman Rowell 




Mary narion 



Kxeiulive Officer 
T. D. Ulackmou 



Kirst Sergeant 
George K. Sinikins 



FIRST PLATOON 




Sponsor riaLuuu Leader 

Patricia Strong Scotty Langhani.Jr. 



SECOND PLATOON 




Sponsor 
Nancy Jo Almon 



l{ay Allen 
Platoon Leader 



TIIIKI) PLATOON 




Sponsor Platoon Leader 

Adelaide Fund Ed Burkhalter 




'B" COMPANY 




Comniandini; Oit'ieer 
Doiialil Hite 




Sponsor 
Jackie Murray 



Executive Officer 
Jimmy Raines 



First Sergeant 
Billy Law 




FIRST PLATOON 




Sponsor Platoon Leader 

Katherine Bailey Lanny Harrison 



SECOND PLATOON 




Sponsor Platoini Leader 

Mary Dorothy Foi-d Lee Kiley 



TlllUn PLATOON 




Sponsor Platoon Leader 

Elaine Kilduft John Bailey 



'C" COMPANY 




Commanding Ofticer 
iMauiice Steinberg 



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Nan Williams 



Executive Officer 
Harvey Brown 



First Sergeant 
Ray Newman 



FIRST PLATOON 




Sponsor Platoon Leader 

Ann Roberts Uavid Halcanie 



SECOND PLATOON 




Sponsor Platoon Leader 

Frances Patterson Charles Bowen 



THIRD PLATOON 




Sponsor Platoon Leader 

Caroline Browne Ruben Holliday 




'D" COMPANY 




Coninianding; Officer 
Charles Lass 



Sponsor 
June King 



Executive Officer 
Roy Scarborough 



First Sergeant 
Jodie Lee 




FIRST PLATOON 




Sponsor 
Joan May 



Platoon Leader 
Prentice Peabody 



SECOND PLATOON 




Sponsor Platoon Leader 

Bea Dodd Kenneth Merry 



THIRD PLATOON 




Sponsor Platoon Leader 

Shirley McBeath Charles Anderson 



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Commanding OfTker 
II. E. Walton 



Si)onsor 
Paula Stephens 



First Lieutenant Hand Loader 

Dennis Harlow Mr. Louis Fricdninn 



Not pictured: Lieutenant I'reston T. Anderson. First Serceiuil Hoh B. DurKess. 
Platoon Sergeant Chad E. Ross. 




PERSONNEL— ARC BAND 

Clarinets: N. Blair. J. Findley. C. Home. I). Jones. S. Keylon. D. McNeil. A. Moblev. 
R. Touart. B. Winchester. O. Younger. 

Cornets; R. Abbott. C. Blanchard. R. Bush. I. Cartee. C. Guhne. B. .Murphy. B. Norris, 
B. Vote. R, Veargin. 

Saxophones: P. Anderson. R. Bowman. 0. Brown, D. McBurney. L. Ilatrield. L. 
Landsman. 

Baritone: L. Fi'iednian. R. Shea. 

Horns: T. Crawford. J. Woods. 

Trombones: W. Cantrell. I). Harlow. C. .lohnson. O. Niehuss. J. Connors. 11. White- 
head, R. Burgess. J, Ciodin. C. Ross. R. Walton. 

Extra: J. Brown. 



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SAM FLEMING 




DONALD HITE 

OFFICERS 

President SAM FLEMING 

Vice-President DONALD HITE 

Secretary MAURICE STEINBERG 

Treasurer JIMMY RAINES 

(Not pictured) 
Chaplain DUANE GRICE 

(Not pictured! 

Adviser MAJOR CALDWELL 

Co-Adviser MAJOR HOLMES 




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First low: Left to right. Jluj. T, Ilattaway. Cain. Li. Uite. Capt. H. Rowell. Lt. Col. 

S. Fleming. Capt. M. Steinberg. 
Second row: Lett to right. Lt. O. Riley. Capt. W. Prather. Lt. R. Holliday. Lt. D. 

Grice. Lt. D. Halcame. Capt. G. JIcNeal. Lt. C. Bowen. 
Third row: Left to right. Capt. E. Moody. Lt. J. Raines. Lt. J. Bailey. Lt. K. Merry. 

Lt. P. Peabody. Capt. C. Lass. 
Not pictured: Lt. C. Anderson. Lt. P. Anderson. Lt. D. Harlow, Capt. R. Walton. 

Lt. P. Whatley, Lt. L. Harrison. Lt. C. Langhani. 



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RIFLE TEAM SCHEDULE 

Admiral Farragut Academy. St. reteisbuiK. Flciida — 15th November (W( 

Third Army Area Inter-coIIegiate Match — January 24 (Jlrdt. 

William Randolph Hearst. National Match— February IS (llthl. 

National ROTC Inter-coUepiate and inler-scholaslic Matc'.ies— March S- 

April 3 (no results). 

Augusta National Guard — March isth iwoni. 

Georgia Military Academy — April ISth. 

Savannah High School — April 24 (won). 



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Fust row: Leu Ki right, 1). Hue. L, i;iley. n, Hc.llKiay. 1 1. lialinine. 

Second row: Left to right. G. Bowen. F. Olive. H. Eitner. J. Pirkle. S. Langhain. 
A. Rowe. \V. Praiher. 

Third row: Left to right. E. Howell. M. Plunkett. I). Lester. R. Bell. D. Busbia. B. 
Harden, G. Moore. D. Usry, J. Moseley. E. Blackstone. 



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Bland Scruggs Memorial Sabre — Lt. 
Col. K. W. Charles. 

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Sabre 
— Captain Wayne Dye. 

The American Legion Sabre — Captain 
Larry A. Wooten. 

General Leonard Wood Medal — First 
Sgt. William S. Prather. 

C. W. Tully Trophy — Russell R. Mar- 
tin. 

The Cohen Medal — Captain Larry A. 
Wooten. 

The Levy Medal — Cadet Duane F. 
Grice. 

Outstanding Member of the Band — 
Captain Robert E. Walton. 




Neatest Cadet — Cadet Paul W. Sum- 
mers. 

Be.«t Drilled R. O. T. C. Company — 
Company "B". commanded by Cap- 
tain Wayne Dye. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Platoon— 3rd 
Platoon of Company "B". conunand- 
ed by First Lieutenant William T. 
Hemrick. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Squad — 1st 
Sqd. of 3rd Platoon of Company 
"C". commanded by Sergeant First 
Class James J. Bardin. 

Best Drilled R. O. T. C. Cadet — Cadet 
Duane F. Grice. Jr. 

Bowen Brothers Honorary Rifle 
Award — 1st Sgt. William S. Prather. 



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The J. Bland Scruggs Memorial Sabre is on award 
given annually to the Cadet Officer at the Academy 
of Richmond County who is outstanding in Military 
and Scholastic Achievements. This sabre is awarded 
in memory of J. Bland Scruggs who lost his life by 
drowning on Jan. 29, 1932. 

To be considered for this award a student must 
show by his deeds that he believes in a sense of fair 
play as essential an attribute as any accomplishments 
or honors he may receive. This award is considered 
by the cadets as one of the school's highest honors. 



Winner of 1952 award: 
LT. COL. K. W. CHARLES 



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WE, THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1953. of the 
Academy of Richmond County, being more or 
less sane, and otherwise distinguished by vari- 
ous mental peculiarities and complexes, do 
hereby leave these following items to our 
younger schoolmates in hopes that they will 
end up with as much knowledge (?) as we! 

ITEM I — I. Terry Culpepper, being of sound mind 
and warped legs, do leave the memory of five 
fun-filled years at A. R. C. to any and everyone 
who cares to share it with me. 

ITEM II — We, Anne Mura. Janet Mulcay, and Shir- 
ley Nash, leave our picnic table in the reading 
room of the library to anyone with the right 
size foot to hold up its short leg. 

ITEM III — I. James Connor, Jr., do will to H. B. 
Whitehead my portable telescope for those 
mountains on the drill field. 

ITEM IV — I, Richard Still, leave my ability to slip 
aw^ay from the Varsity without tipping the curb 
boys to Ford Miller. 

ITEM V — I, Bobbie McKie, do hereby leave my 
braces to anyone with the physical strength to 
wear them as long as I have. 

ITEM VI — To some unsuspecting Junior, I, Diane 
Coward, do wi'l and hetiueath my positions on 
the Rainbow and Sound Off .staffs. 

ITEM VII — I, David Gale, hereby leave to Wimpy 
Odom my reservation at Table No. 9 at Home 
Folk's Pool Room. 

ITEM Mil — I. Wyman Lamb, do will my ability to 
gain weight to Nat Dye so that some day he 
may be big enough to play football. 

ITEJI IX — I, Allen Rowe. do hereby leave Miss 
Braddy — Thank Goodness! 

ITEM X — I, another Allen Roe, bequeath to Mr. 
Owens my extraordinary gift in penmanship. 

ITEM XI — We, Barbara Banni.ster, Jeanette String- 
er, Barbara Morris, Rosemary Feese, and 
Ann Culpepper, do leave to Aliihas of future 
years our ability to get to 7 :00 Alphas meetings 
at 7:30 and still be on time. 

ITEM XII — I, Billy Fair, hereby will and bequeath 
my brilliant military career to Kenneth Men-y. 

ITEM XIII — To the .joy of all the teachers at A. R. 
C, I, Anne Dye, take my argyle socks and leave. 

ITEM XIV — We, Catherine Smart and Nancy Sil- 
bert, do leave our table in the lunchroom to 
anyone who manages to arrive there in one 
piece. 

ITEM XV — I, Peggy Dowling, bequeath to Joan 
Watkins, my ability to stand in the hall to talk 
and still walk into Mr. Wise's class ju.st as my 
name is called. 

ITEM XVI — I, Paul Cook, of sound mind and not 
under the intoxicating influence of root beer, do 
leave my outstanding military record of de- 
merits aiid extra drills to Ma.i. James Caldwell. 

ITEJI XVII — To Caro McDonald, I, Nancy Mar- 
shall, will my ability to knit socks in hopes that 
she can find someone to wear them. 

ITEM XVIII — I, Lynne McMichael, leave my ability 
to get ready for drill during Mr. Cowin's 3rd 
period chemistry class to any needy senior. 



ITEM XIX — So that Mr. Talley will always be able 
to "drive-on" in his future physics classes, I, 
Sam Fleming, leave him a permanent drivers' li- 
cense. 

ITEM XX — We, Elizabeth Thomp.son and Ann Tan- 
kersley, will our ability to get out of school to 
Annelle Newton and Joan Fricks, for we know 
they need it. 

ITEM XXI — I, Grace Molineux. bequeath to Gracie 
Merry my position on the Rainbow .staff as 
"Dis-Grace". 

ITE;.M XXII — I, Connie Marsh, hereby bequeath to 
Bill Brunkhur.^t my ability to sing alto in hopes 
that one day he may be a member of an a cap- 
pella choir. 

ITEM XXIII— To Willard James, Bill Smith leaves 
his tough luck with girls and "Sticks" Steinberg 
leaves him the legs that carried him through 
five glorious years of football at A. R. C. 

ITEM XXIV— I, Mary Martin, being the la.st of the 
three Martins, hereby leave Miss Bailie to any- 
body who wants her. 

ITEM XXV — I, Peggy Adams, leave my lease on the 
fii-st aid room to Mary Ann Dunn and Carolyn 
N'aughn. 

ITEM XX\'I — We, the Joseph Lee's, being of sound 
mind, bequeath our names to anyone who wants 
to confuse their teachers as we have done. 
(Joseph D. Lee and Joseph M. Lee). 

ITEM XXVII— We. Ethel Wright and Virginia 
Bo we, leave to any enterprising Juniors our 
al)ility to annoy Mr. Owens. 

ITEM XX\'III— I, Jules. Godin, will my laughing 
ability to Henry Fields. 

ITEM XXIX— I, Joan Crawford, leave to Linda Whit- 
tle my ability to get married in hopes that she 
will follow in my footsteps. 

ITEM XXX — To Katherine Bailey, I, Pat,sy Adams, 
leave Kay Wooten's ability to fall flat on her 
nose in the mid.st of a flock of boys. 

ITEM XXXI— I. Donald Hite, do hereby will and 
bequeath to Col. "Sweetrock" Lowe my job as 
company commander of "B" company in hopes 
that he may win the informal inspection. 

ITEM XXXII — I. Betty Day, will to Paula Hickson 
my ability to knit Frank F. some .socks. 

ITEM XXXIli— I, Ed Burkhalter, leave all my 
brains and football talent to Gene Griffin. 

ITEM XXXIV— We. Carol Benson. Jackie Murray, 
Wanda Ward. Evelyn Beckuni, Ann Hankinson, 
"Punk" Scales, and Louise McGahee. hereby be- 
queath one large economv size bottle of GLUE 
to Adelaide P.. Pat H., Jeannie N., Becky W., 
Eleanor K., Margot T., and Joyce H., so that 
they may .stick together as we have. 

ITEM XXXV — I, Claire Minor, leave to anyone who 
will have it my nickname "Clay". 

ITEM XXXVI — I, Betty Dempsey, do bequeath to 
Suzie Baggott, my ability to get along so well 
with one particular member of her family 
(Alias BOB Baggott). 

ITEM XXXVII — I. Mickey Crouch, leave my acting 
abilitv to Charlie Bowen (he'll be around a 
while!). 



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ITEM XXXVIII— I, Wilhelmina Adams, leave to 
Paula Miller my ability to become very popular 
through my career as "nurse's assistant". 

ITEM XXXIX — To anyone who hates to go to class 
as much as I do, I, Jane Eubanks, will my abil- 
ity to think up convincing excuses to get out of 
them. 

ITEM XL — I, Katharine Burns, leave the nerve- 
racking bus rides to and from school to any 
Richmondite living in Fleming Heights. 

ITEM XLI — I, Lee Riley, do leave my ability to coon 
hunt on school night and not go to sleep in the 
swamp to Jimmy Pirkle. 

ITEM XLII — I, Herman Rowell, bequeath to Dudley 
Baird my ability to handle "A" company in 
hopes that he meets with more success than I. 

ITEM XLIII — I, Marian Haygood, leave my most 
unflattering compliment, "You know, you walk 
like a football player," to Jenny Wylie, who is 
the picture of poise at all times. 

ITEM XLIV — I, Jinky Ferris, hereby bequeath to 
Gracie Merry, Harriet Epps, and Barbara Cook, 
my most convenient parking place on Bransford 
Avenue hill. 

ITEM XLV — To Chad Ross, I Bob Burgess, do here- 
by leave my place as kettle drum player in 
hopes that he will play the Eroica Overture 
better than John Dumas. 

ITEM XLVI — I, Herman Eitner, leave the color- 
guard to Billy Henderson so that he will be able 
to get out of drill five minutes early next year. 

ITEM XLVII — I, Judy Brown, being of rather un- 
certain mind, bequeath my ability to get out of 
Mr. Scott's class to anyone lucky enough to get 
him. 

ITEM XLVIII— We, "Pro" Crawford, Suzzanne 
Carswell, and Mary Davis do leave Mary Y. to 
Paula H>mes, Jackie Bell, and Jackie Halford. 

ITEM XLIX— To Raworth Williamson, I, Jimmy 
Raines, do hereby bequeath my ability to make 
high marks under Mr. Owens. 

ITEM L — I, Gene Cronic, am getting out of here so 
fast, I don't have time to leave anything. 

ITEM LI — I, W. K. Hall, being of weak mind and 
small stature, hereby leave my ability to get out 
of drill and MS&T my senior year to Joe Dykes. 

ITEM LII — To poor unsuspecting Grace Creech, I, 
Beverly Farr, will my desk in Mr. Wise's Eng- 
lish class. 

ITEM LIII — I, Marianna Cato, in hopes that Mar- 
garet Yarbrough will pass typing, do bequeath 
to her my ability to type 35 words per minute 
(not counting errors, of course). 

ITEM LIV — We, Tommy Thoroughman and Mike 
Zucker, do hereby leave our outstanding ath- 
letic prowess, fine school spirit, i)ri/,e drilling, 
and fabulous hallways romances to Joe Cooler 
and Norman Griffin. 

ITEM LV— I, Patwy NeSmith, being of blank mind, 
do heartily regret that I have no ability to leave. 

ITEM LVI — I, Thomas Duncan, hereby leave the 
following: to Mr. Gallaway, my books; to Maj. 
Caldwell, my rifle; and to my sorrow. Rich- 
mond Academy. 

ITEM LVII — I, Alice Ogden, leave my sympathy to 
next year's Alpha chaplain and hope that she 
has longer than three minutes to plan a devo- 
tional. 



ITEM LVIII — To Adelaide Fund, I, Fi-ances Setze, 
bequeath my ability to forget chemistry lab and 
walk into class an hour late. 

ITEM LVIX — I, Charles W. Bowen, being of un- 
sound mind, ain't leaving nothing until I'm sure 
I'm out of this place! 

ITEM LX — We, Joan Stribling and Patty Zurfluh, 
will to Nancy Durden and Dotty Zurfluh, our 
ability to slip out of Mr. Dolynuik's fourth pe- 
riod study hall. 

ITEM LXI — I, Caroline Courson, leave my skill in 
dodging books that fall out when I open my 
locker to Frank Bailey. 

ITEM LXII — We, Ann Roberts and Jackie Roun- 
tree, leave our ability to break test tubes in Mr. 
Cowin's lab and still pass chemistry. 

ITEM LXIII — I, Tommie Morris, being of unsound 
mind, bequeath my seat in Miss Braddy's Eng- 
lish class to Jack Bowman in hopes that he will 
enjoy writing those whimsical themes. 

ITEM LXIV — I, Tom Mixon, leave to anyone crazy 
enough to accept it .anything I might possibly 
have — except Joann. 

ITEM LXV — To Helen Myrick, I, Beverly Branden- 
burg, will my ability to reserve one small table 
in the lunchroom for twenty people. 

ITEM LXVI — I, Len Chavis, do hereby and thereby 
leave to "Gloomy" Gene Glisson my football. 

ITEM LXVII — I, Dennis Harlowe, bequeath to 
Swain McElmurray my two slightly used brain 
cells for use in Professor Talley's physics class. 

ITEM LXVIII — To the next Lovers of A. R. C, we, 
Shirley McBeath and Charley Anderson, leave 
the two adjacent love seats in Miss JNIarshall's 
Creative Writing class and all the privacy that 
goes with them. 

ITEM LXIX — I, Eve Mosely, leave to anyone who 
wants it — Geometry! 

ITEM LXX — I, Ed Moody, to my great delight leave 
this school (but I have enjoyed it). 

ITEM LXXI— We, Scotty Langham and Pete What- 
ley, leave to anyone having no love for deten- 
tion hall, our ability to get to iMr. Read's class 
on time except when he is out of the room. 

ITEM LXXII — I, Grace Yarbrough, being of no 
mind, do bequeath to Glenda Prince my many 
excuses for escaping chemistry class so that 
they may be of some value when she gets 
caught. 

ITEM LXXIII — I. Neva Reynolds, leave my alarm 
clock to Bobbie Lee Powell so that she can get 
to school on time for homeroom. 

ITEM LXXIV — I, Roy Scarborough, do will and be- 
queath to any boy named Roy the ability to be 
called Ray in spite of it all. 

ITEM LXXV — I, Pat Payne, do hereby bequeath my 
ability to talk with my mouth closed and sleep 
with my eyes oi)en to any student in Jliss JIc- 
Auliffe's history class (does it work — well'?). 

Signed, sealed and delivered by the Class of 1953 
to be its last will and testament. 

Witnessed by: 

BETTY DEMPSEY 

LEN CHAVIS 

ANN CULPEPPER 



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First row: Ceorsc MLavru. Kurd MilUr. Itilly M.lc-. J. 1). Liu. I'aul lUifu. Lull Cluuis. 
Gene Orlffin. Roy Harris, Richard Still. Oene Glissoii. and Coach Milligan. 

Second row: Dickie Orice. .Mpr.. Wimpy Odoin. .1. H. Anderson. Sim Fulcher. Mickey 
Crouch. Wynian Lamb. Walter Harwood. Ralph Swords. Xornian Shapiro, Roy 
Swnncy. Terry Culpepper. Bill Reynolds, and Coach Inman. 

Third row: Warren Kubank.s. .Mgr.. Frank Fortune, lionald Price. Harvey Brown. 
Phil .McBeath. Maurice Steinberg. George Short. Nat Dye. Bill Knut.son. .limmy 
Farris. Duane Grice. Roy Scarborough, co-captain and Coach Flowers. 

Fourth row: Bobby Teasley. .Mpr.. Bill McKettrick. David Gale. Prenlice Peabody, 
Frank Bailey, .lohnny Menger, Capt.. Wayne Dye. Gene Cronic. Kd Burkhalter, 
Willard .lames, Bonnie Ford, Jimmy Ford, Willie Joe Ford and Bill Smith. 




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On August 20th. when most students 
were enjoying their vacations, forty-three 
boys journeyed to Rome. Georgia, tor two 
weelis of anything but pleasure. They were 
a bunch of boys when they went there, 
but thfy left there as a team, a champion- 
ship tenni. 

Although the 1952 football team failed to 
win the state title as they did in previous 
years, they gained the honor of being the 
first undefeated football team in Rich- 
mond's history. The Musketeers held on 
to the Region title for the third consecu- 
tive year, and all in all. l!tr)2 was one of 
the most spectacular and exciting seasons 
ever witnessed by Richmond fans. 



ARC — 43: NORTH AUGUSTA— 6 
The first game was against .North Au- 
gusta, which was thoroughly out<"Iassed 
by the fast hitting Richmond eleven. The 
two-platoon system was introduced for the 
first time in Oeorgia high school history 
against the Yellow Jackets. The first 
team only ran six plays in the game and 
scored five times. One was < ailed back. 

ARC — 18; GLYNN— 
Glynn Academy of Brunswick was the 
first of five Region foes to meet defeat at 
the hands of the Musketeer machine. The 
first team scored three times in the first 
quarter and let the "subs" battle it out 
the rest of the way. 

ARC— 35: CHARLESTON 
The T. C. V . spread was used to a wider 
e.xteni in the Charleston game, played in 
Charleston. South Carolina. Coach Harry 
Milligan had to keep his first team in long- 
er that game, but at the half the score was 
2S-0. so he kept them out for the rest of 
the game. 

ARC— 32: COMMERCIAL— 2 
Richmond made Its second road trip, to 
Savannah this time, and heat Its second 
Regional foe. Those Richmond fans who 
made the trip saw the whole team play 
a great game, with Johnny .Monger hand- 
ling his usual outstanding ball. Menger 
made the longest run of the season against 
the "Cobras": When he got trapped be- 
hind his own line, he reversed his field, 
picked up blockers and traveled S.i yards 
for a touchdown. The Richmond line held 
the Cobras for minus seventeen yards 
rushing on the ground. Against North Au- 
gusta, they held the foe for minus nine. 

ARC— 14: LANIER— 7 

Five bus loads of Richmond patriotism 
In the form of 2.i" Richmond students fol- 
lowed the team to Macon and cheered 
them on to victory over the tough Lanier 
"Poets". In all. there were 2anii Richmond 
fans at the game. With such school sup- 
port the .Musketeers played the game of 
their lives. The Musketeers opened with a 
6rt yard run by Ed Hurkhalter on the first 
pla.v of the game, .\fter that the two teams 
battled to a standstill until Lanier scored 
on a long pass behind Gene Cronic who 
was hampered by a leg injury. This was 
just enough to give Richmond that spark 
that only champions can have, and the 
Musketeers came back to score on six 
plays: Len Chavis scored on a pass from 
Menger. The Richmond line spent the rest 
of the game In the "Poets" backfield. 



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ARC — 47; BLUE RIDGE— 

Coach Harry Milligan let the charges 
have a party against an outclassed Blue 
Ridge team. It was one of the most color- 
ful games seen, with the Musketeers run- 
ning all sorts of tricky plays and letting 
the line run in the backfield. Richard Still, 
who was voted "Most Valuable Substitute", 
blocked two punts. Previously end Bill 
Reynolds had blocked a kick against Bene- 
dictine and end George Short blocked one 
in the Commercial game. 



ARC— 31; SAVANNAH— 

The Savannah "Blue Jackets" were the 
fourth Regional team to fall under the 
wake of the Purple and Gold-clad Grid 
Gladiators from A. R. C. A mild case of 
over confidence slowed the team down for 
the first half, and Savannah gave us a 
good battle. But after an inspiring talk by 
the coach at the half, the fired-up Rich- 
mondites showed the visitors who was 
boss. The Musketeers line held the "Jack- 
ets" for minus nineteen yards. 



ARC— 20; G. M. A.— 7 

Johnny Menger proved why he was 
nominated for All American and All South- 
ern against the powerful G. M. A. squad on 
Nov. 14 as the Musketeers played over 
their heads and upset the prep team 20-7. 
Menger phiyed his most outstanding game 
against the "Cadets". He scored the first 
t. d.. set up the second with an intercepted 
pass, then threw a touchdown pass to end 
Prentice Peabody. which was nullified, and 
in all intercepted four G. M. A. passes. But 
as Coach Flowers put it. "It was a real 
team victory, the whole team was in there 
pitching every minute." 



ARC — 40; CATHOLIC HIGH— 

"Undefeated" and "Region Champs", 
that's what the Musketeers were tabbed 
after the Turkey Day game. Catholic High 
was supposed to give Richmond a fight, 
but the twenty-nine graduating seniors on 
the team had other ideas. They had been 
looking forward to that game ever since 
August 2(ith. and were not to be denied. 
Here's the way it went. Menger opened up 
with a 7!i yard sprint down the sidelines; 
then in the second quarter Gene Cronic 
ran a counter play which put him in the 
clear and he romped 86 yards for a touch- 
down only to have it called back. Incident- 
ally, this was the fifth touchdown to be 
called back during the season, and three 
times because of this same play. Anyway. 
Menger made up for it by passing to Jim 
Ford, who scored on a 4(i yard play. Later 
in the half he plunged over from the one 
for the third tally. In the sec<md half 
Menger took a lateral from Lcn Cliavis 
and ran :M yards for the score. Then Huh- 
ard Still blocked a Catholic punt which 
rolled out of the end zone for a safety. 
Gene Cronic and Honny Ford scored the 
lasl two t. d.s in the fourth quarter. 




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ARC— 13: ALBANY— 13 

The season besaii witli a hang, and end- 
ed with the same explosive force. Twenty 
nine seniors, some who had been with the 
team since it started to become a football 
power back in '.'lO. closed out their Rich- 
mond grid careers with a thrilling, but 
slightly sad. game. There were many who 
say the game was won by unfair means 
(by being won we recall that the penetra- 
tion rule gave Albany a 1!>-14 decision 
over usi. l)ut we are not to argue that 
here. \\'e must give the enemy credit, for 
he accomplished deeds which no other op- 
ponent had done. He scored both of his 
touchdowns through the line. Until the 
playoff no other team had ever scored on 
the ,gi"ound. Bui. we must say. there are 
many boys who wish they could play that 
ganve over again. 

FOOTBALL YARDSTICK 

(not counting Albany game) 

A. R. C. Opponents 

First Downs 115 43 

Gained Yardage 3277 S68 

Passes Attempted 113 132 

Passes Completed G3 32 

Passes Had Intercepted.. 10 23 




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Kill AUx.iiidri. Lev ll^illaul, Larry Heniictt. Lei.ulih'li limiril, rlunii-'s HrJKliam, 
.lolHi lliinson. Tommy Clinndler, Leiiard Cliavis, Cary Coiinell, Joe Cooler. Larry 
Creighton. Hilly Damlco, Charles Daniels. Al Davis, Charles Eriell. "Gene" Evans. 
C. H. Gailea. R, 10. Gladin. Conrad Goodwin. "Flip" Goolshy. Herb Greene. Earl 
Grecory. Larry Hildreth. liev Hite. Charles Jenkins. Cree Kilpatrick. Eddie Phil- 
lips. Wade Rountree, Hobby aheppard, Mac Stelling. Al Stephenson. "Curly" Ste- 
phens. Jim Tatom. Joe Thomas. Donald Thornhill. F. R. Rose, Manager. Bobby 
Walker. Assistant Coach. 




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First row: Hell ORoark. Ray Allen, co-capt.. Prentice Peabody. Kenneth Merry, 
and Jimmy Ford. 

Second row: Roy Alewlne, Duane Grlce. Ed Moody, cnpt.. Grover Brown and Nor- 
man Griffin. 

Absent from picture: Leroy Gilstrap and Frank Bennett. 



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The basketball team had a thrilling season and gave 
the Richmond fans plenty to remember in the way of 
basketball thrills. Coached by Fi-ank Inman. with the as- 
sistance of Coach A. L. Williams, handling the B-Varsity, 
the hardwood Musketeers finished third in the Region 
during regular season play and second in the tournament 
held in Augusta. Although they lost out in the first round 
in the State Tournament, they played outstanding ball and 
ended up with a 14 won. 10 lost, record. Ray Allen and 
Ed Moody made All Region and along with Prentice Pea- 
body, were on the All Tournament team. 



Duane Grice 
Ray Allen 



Prentice Peabody 
Jimmy Ford 





Ed Moody 
Grover Brown 



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A R. C .5.S 

A. R. C 711 

A. R. C :i5 

A. R. C GO 

A. R. C r,s 

A. R. C HI 

A. R. C 40 

A. R. C 1)4 

A. R. C J5 

A. R. C 45 

A. R. C 36 

A. R. C 67 

A. R. C S5 

A. R. C 71 

A. R. C 5;i 

A. R. C 65 

A. R. C 63 

A. R. C 60 

A. R. C 69 

A. It, C. . 40 

REGION TOURNAMENT 
A. R. C 57 

A. H. C 51 

.\, K, !■ 45 

STATE TOURNAMENT 
A. i;. (■ 66 



Greenwood 4.3 

Aiken 47 

Savannah - 54 

Commercial 62 

Catholic ,"3 

Ga. Frosh 45 

S. C. Fresh 56 

Benedictine 53 

Glynn 37 

Savannah 47 

Commercial 39 

Catholic 69 

Glynn 40 

Benedictine 43 

OKeefe 63 

Grady 47 

Greenwood 45 

Catholic 58 

O'Keefe ' :. 67 

Grady 45 

Benedictine 43 

Savannah 46 

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SOUTHEASTERN CHAMPIONS 



A. L. WILLIAMS 
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First ro«: Roy Alewine. Dickie Gnce. Billy Miles, Jiim.iy Shead. Norman 
Griffin. R. K. Gladin and Willis Grubbs. 

Second row: Cluese Blanchard. Maurice Steinberg. Tonimv Duncan. WImpv 
Odoni. Johnny Menger and Duane Grice. 

Third row: Coach Williams. Bobby Teasley. Warren Eubanks. Managers Bobbv 
Adams. Preston Sizeniore. Ray Allen. Jimmy Ford and Jimmy Karris. " 



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1952 RECORD— WON 22; LOST 2 



Teams Score 

WAYNESBORO 14—8 

AIKEN 28—11 

GRANITEVILLE 16—3 

COMMERICAL 3—0 

CATHOLIC 7—3 

GLYNN 6—5 

SAVANNAH 10—1 

CATHOLIC 5-0 

BENEDICTINE 3—4 

BENEDICTINE 1-0 

GLYNN 13—4 

L. B. C 4—5 

SAVANNAH 12—1 

CAMP GORDON 7—6 

CLEARWATER 7—5 



STATE AA TOURNEY 
Teams Score 

ROME 4 — 

GRADY 9—2 

GRADY 6—0 

GA. STATE TOURNEY 

AVONDALE _ 4—1 

PEPPERELL 5—2 

PEPPEREL .- 4—3 

S. E. H. S. TOURNEY 

JACKSON. MISS 4—1 

LANIER. ALA S — 2 

MT. VERNON, VA 8—1 




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Kneeling: Sam Fleming and Lanny I-Iurrison. 
Standing: Gilly Law. Hardy Risleen and Dudley ISaiid. 




M. J. -BUCK" FLOWERS 
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STATE CHAMPS 1952 
SOUTHEASTERN CHAMPS 1953 




Andrew Innian. Sam Mays. Raworth Williamson and Jimmy Raiues. 



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First row: Kathy Major, U. J. Arnold. I'at Swain. Mar.v Clark, Alice OdRen and 
Melba Whittaker. 

Second row: Xan Williams, Shirley Tarlyn. Haibara Hums, Dot Barker. Jane 
Simpson, Leila Sousa and Camilla Paschel. 

Tliird row: Coach Bolcon. Joanne Sizeniore. Liz South. Catherine Folk. Jenny 
Wylie. Catherine Smart and Jane Saxon. 



RECORD FOR 1952-1953 



A. R. C— SAVANNAH 

A. R, C— COMMERCIAL 

A. R, C— MT. ST. JOSEPH 

A. R. C— GREENWOOD 

A. R. C— CRAWFORD 

A. R. C— GREENWOOD 
-A. R. C— NORTH SIDE 
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39 


41 


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45 


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37 


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SOFTBALL 



Seated: Barbara Savage. Harriet Videtto and Jeanne Niehuss. 
Standing: Sara Willis. Connie Cook. Joyce Clark, Shirley Merriet, 
Shirley McBeath, Pat Salley and Ola Powell. 



VOLLEYBALL 




Carol Faulkner, Elizabeth Jnnies. "Liz" Prince, Mary Clark, .Marilyn Evans, Sherry 
Grim, Glenda Vail and Gwen Mock, 



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Clarinets: 
Norris Blair 
Betty Jo Cadden 
John Findley 
Cherry Hankins 
Lila Hill 
Annette Hobbs 
Chas. Home 
Ann Jared 
David Jones 
Stanley Keylon 
Donny McXeil 
Allen Mobley 
Robert Toiiart 
Bobby Winchester 
Chas. Younger 



Cornets: 

R. E. Abbott 
Chas. Blanchard 
James Brown 
Robert Bush 
Ira Cartee 
Carol Guhne 
Billy Murphy 
Billy N'orris 
Brad Vote 
Ray Yeargin 



Saxophones: 

I'reslon Anderson 
Josephine Blackatone 
Robert Bowman 
David Brown 
Oaynelle Morgan 
Dyking McUurney 
Loren Hatfield 
Lewis Liindsman 

Baritones: 

Leonard Friedman 
Ralph Shea 

Horns: 
Thomas Crawford 
Jean Walker 
James Woods 

Trombones: 

Willi:im Cantrell 

Dennis Harlow 

Claude Johnson 

Orian Xiehuss 

James Connor 

H. B. Whitehead 

Robert Burgess 

Jules Codin 

Betty Powell 

Chad Ross 

Robert Walton — Drum Major 




MR. LOUIS FRIKD.MAN 
Director 



Majorettes; 

charlene Neeley 
Leila Sousa 
Paula Stepliens 
Carolyn Vaughn 
Louise McFarlund 
Lena McCravey 



Junior College of Augusta 

DESTINATION— VARSITY 
(With apologies to Paul Revere's Horse) 



Listen my children and you shall hear 
Of the timely voyage of many a year. 
On the 31st of May in '53, 
We started out with fortune's key. 

With "All Aboard" being the cry, 

We boarded the ship breathing a sigh. 

So with goodbyes from teachers long awaiting this 

day. 
We set sail from the docks of J. C. A. 

Skipper Success never steered from his coui'se, 
With Happiness being his chief resource. 
For 20 long years he sailed the sea. 
Distributing each student to where he should be. 

The first stop was Aiken and to our surprise, 
Among our passengers we had three brides. 
Mary Whitaker was first to say, "I do". 
Followed shortly by Sara and Marguerite too. 

To celebrate this we had a feast. 

At which Lyman so increased his physique, 

That the Wolf Pack went raving wild 

And had to be shipped to the peaceful Nile. 

In Atlanta we stopped by a good old school, 
Which promises to cure the love-sick fool. 
So none other than Chaney we left at Tech. 
She's majoring in being a rambling wreck. 

At the next cry of "All Ashore", 
We found ourselves at Europe's door. 
England was first to greet us here 
And to Queen Liz we gave a cheer. 

Oxford attracted young David Voss, 

And from what we hear he's now the big boss. 

Into the Hills scampered Bill Holden and Mike 

Whittle. 
One to learn to yodel and the other, to fiddle. 

The Alps beckoned to Valdi Cooper 
Who now bears the title of Mountain Trooper, 
And with all that snow he never gets cold, 
An Alpine lover sees to that, I am told. 

In the latest news is popular Jackie Rodgers. 
He's running homes for the Brooklyn Dodgers. 
And who do you think gave him this push? 
None other than reporter B. B. Bush. 

In Germany we deposited Betty Grimstead, 
Who is now rolling in dough making atomic bread. 
While in the medical field with the late.st word, 
Are our great doctors Ruth Jantzen and Elizabeth 
Byrd. 

In Spain putting over several big deals. 
Is Government executive Margaret Fields. 



She's up to her neck in world politics, 

And from those bulls she gets quit a few kicks. 

From here we shipped off to gay "Paree", 
Where Katie and Lu are still on a spree. 
We hated to leave these innocent babes. 
But they assured us they weren't afraid. 

Trouble is brewing for Marian Hill. 

It seems Dan is Cash — ing in on her still. 

Well, neither of them have much of a chance 

Making outlaw liquor in "dear dry France". 

Ruth Ann and Mary Ann took a slow boat to China. 
Social workers are they and nothing could be finer. 
Curious Glen and Oxy peeped behind the Iron 

Curtain. 
As to their whereabouts now — well, that is 

uncertain. 

Jimmy and Chandler took a fancy to Argentina 
Where they are still trying to wake their bambino. 
It seems that she is still in a cold blooded coma 
From a glimpse of their faces, love's a misnoma. 

Annie and Leila who started out as teachers 
Are now sporting diamonds from "to-be" preachers. 
Richard Barrett became such a great administrator. 
That he's now selling sno-cos on the torrid equator. 

From the heart of Africa we heard such a howl, 
That we anchored to see if it were beast or fowl. 
Kuglar and Grimsley we left behind. 
New species of animals they wanted to find. 

Cautiously following the alluring coos, 

We found only the Wolf Pack singing the blues. 

Joan, Connie, and Suzie, June, and Kathleen 

Were now the merry wives of the Great Jungle King. 

Returning from our voyage to the old Vareity, 
We sailed into the Class of '53. 
With a hotdog in one hand; a coke in the other. 
Around the jukebox they all did hover. 

With gossip and laughter running wild. 
We enjoyed ourselves for quite awhile. 
For not until the strike of three. 
Did we think to leave th-e Varsity. 

The thought came as such a shock 
That the Varsity ceased to rock. 
And as we all .started out. 
We joined hands and began to shout 

READING! and WRITING! and "RITHMETIC! 
Why did we hafta learn so quick?"?? 
Why could we not forever stay 
Within the halls of J. C. A.? 

CONNIE HAVIRD 



Aciidemy of l\i(hnuin(l County 



Fastening my safety belt, I relaxed in the 
seat of a luxurious Delta Air Lines Plane. "Yes, 
this had been a most exciting week! Imagine 
attending the Presidential inauguration of a fel- 
low Richmondite! I recalled Sam Fleming's 
ambition to be a distinguished Naval Officer. 
Fate really had other plans for him 1 Inter- 
rupting my thoughts, a cheerful voice asked, 
"Are you comfortable?" I looked up and, to 
my astonishment, I saw the attractive steward- 
ess to be none other than Louise McGahee. 
"Betty Dempsey," she shrieked, "How grand to 
see you!" Immediately forgetting her duties, 
she sat down in the empty seat beside me. The 
many years since graduation had brought vari- 
ous changes and surprises, so both of us were 
anxious to exchange news. Unfortunately, 
Louise had been unable to attend the big event, 
so she begged me to tell her about that. "Why 
Louise, I saw so many familiar faces, I felt as if 
I were back at ARC. Of course, you knew that 
Jimmy Bardin gave the invocation at the inaug- 
uration. Patsy NeSmith and Glenda Vale, both 
celebrated Metrojiojitan Opera stars, sang ju.st 
before Speaker of the House, Mike Zucker, in- 
troduced the President. While waiting for the 
big parade to come into sight, I was nearly 
knocked down by Mary Davis, Connie Hayes, 
and Joan Stribling as they tried to get a better 
view. I learned of their positions on the Physi- 
cal Education staff at the L'niversity of Geor- 
gia. Mary boasted that the Georgia football 
team had won the Rose Bowl game under the 
efficient coaching of Prentice Peabody. Eve 
Moseley had recently been promoted to Profes- 
sor of Geometry at Georgia and Mickey Crouch 
had become a millionaire by directing minstrel 
shows. Connie related that Wyman Lamb, Len 
Chavis, Johnny Menger, Terry Culpepper, and 
Jimmy Farris were doing quite well playing 
"pro" football. Jimmy Raines had established 
a new record the la.-^t time he won the Masters 
Tournament. Carol Benson was now cheering 
at Tech this year after being at Georgia fif- 
teen years! Joan put in a "plug" for the Har- 



wood, Rudisill, Smith Fight Promoting Agency. 
Our conversation was cut short by the begin- 
ning of the parade. Robert Walton was lead- 
ing one of the bands, while Jules Godin was 
still beating his drum. Riding in Cadillacs in 
the i)arade, I caught a glimpse of Sue Berry and 
her famous diplomat husband, also, Evelyn 
Beckum, Georgia's new woman Senator, and 
Herman Rowell, Duke of the land of "Ou-Blah- 
Dee". 

"Oh, Betty." interrupted Louise, "I sho'wish I 
could have been there, but this old airline 
schedule is so irregular." 

"You haven't heard anything yet!" I said, 
"The best is still to come. Later that afternoon 
I ran into Gene Cronic and his wife, the former 
Roberta Crawford, who had come to Washing- 
ton for the inauguration too. Roberta was 
wearing a stunning suit and one of those rare 
black orchids. She told me that the suit was a 
Patsy Adam's original creation and the orchid 
had come from the rare orchid collection at 
Beverly Smith's Florist Shoppe. "Pro" added 
that Suzanne Carswell and Peggy Dowling had 
graduated from the School of Pharmacy, but 
gave up their careers for marriage. Jackie 
Murray had recently returned to Augusta, after 
unselfishly devoting fifteen years to missionary 
work in Africa. Jackie had mentioned that 
Janet Mulcay, Jackie Rountree and Nancy 
Rivers were engaged in Religious Education 
and Janie Marbut was an outstanding church 
organist. It was getting late and "Pro" had an 
appointment at the Beauty "Centre" owned by 
Jo Ann Lowry and Gail DuPuis. Before leav- 
ing, though, she urged me to visit the Jeanette 
Stringer Hospital for underprivileged children 
where Rosemary Feese, Joan Hazlerigs and 
"Willie" Adams were Physio-Therapi.sts. Bar- 
bara JIcKie, Claire Minor, Beverly Branden- 
berg. Alice Odgen, Patty Zurfluh. and Joanne 
Blatee, have at one time, been nurses there, 
also. 



As I started across the street, a policeman 
yelled at me for jay-walking. I was about to 
bless him out when I recognized him as Lang- 
don Atkins. Forgetting where I was, I ran over 
and hugged him. Our ensuing conversation 
caused the greatest traffic jam in history, but I 
learned more about our fellow classmates. 
Charlie Bowen has become a piano tuner, 
Charlie Lass is UNDERTAKING the job of 
burying people ; "Sticks" Steinburg is a pawn- 
broker, and Pete Whatley is a tree surgeon. 
Fearing that Washington's Chief of Police, 
Jimmy Menger would put me in jail for causing 
such a turmoil, I told Langdon goodbye and 
hurried on. Being awfully hungry by this time, 
I glanced around for the closest restaurant. 
My eyes focused on a sign reading, Roy Scar- 
borough, prescription optician. Knowing he 
would be busy and I was still hungry, I pro- 
ceeded up the street until I found Preston An- 
derson's Spaghetti House. At the door, I was 
greeted by the head waiter, "Ham" Holland. 
After giving him my order, I wandered over to 
the Video-Picalo, an invention which had made 
Scottie Langham a millionaire. I put my nickle 
in and tried to decide between "Old Man River" 
played by Jimmie Connors and "Country Style" 
by Bill Reynolds. After much deliberation I 
chose an instrumental by Orian Niehuss and 
Dennis Harlowe, followed by Joanne Scott's 
rendition of "Mule Train." A newsboy, whom I 
recognized to be Bob Burgess came in shouting, 
"Extra, extra, read all about it!" Warren Jaun- 
sen and Dan Lester return safely to earth after 
rocket ship excursion to the moon." I saw the 
pictures of their arrival taken by staff photog- 
rapher, Grace Molineux, and read Diane Cow- 
ard's thrilling account of their adventures as 
told to her. 

I read in Miriam Gale's Hollywood Revue 
that Mary Martin was in Washington for the 
World Premier of her latest release "South At- 
lantic", based on the best seller written by 
Betty Grimstead. My spaghetti had arrived but 
I couldn't eat until I had seen what had hap- 
pened to my favorite comic strip characters 
"Pencil Louie" and "Mourner Lisy" written by 
cartoonists Beverly Farr and "Jinky" Ferris. 

After eating I hurried back to my suite at 
the Burkhalter-Gale Hotel to get dressed for 
the inauguration ball. All too soon my date, 
Bob Hope, Jr., arrived to escort me to this gala 



event. Imagine my surprise at seeing his Chauf- 
feur Jodie Lee ! I learned from him that Mari- 
anne Mitchell and Shirley Freeland were rais- 
ing rare butterflies for collectors and that 
Tommy Thoroughman was Professor of Astron- 
omy at Agnes Scott College. At the ball, I 
found more Richmond Alumni. Barbara Mor- 
ris, now married to a preacher and proud 
mother of nine boys was there. (She had left 
her boys at home under the stern supervision 
of professional babj"-sitter, Ethel Wright.) Bar- 
bara informed me that Barbara Bannester, Vir- 
ginia Bowe and Nancy Marshall were working 
on a cure to make sneezes silent. Ann Culpep- 
per, who sacrificed her career in the fashion 
world, has become a proficient aid to her law- 
yer-husband by helping him write Last Wills 
and Testaments. Connie Marsh, instead of be- 
ing a chemist, is also a minister's wife. At this 
moment, Kay Wooten, the advertising manager 
for Lynne McMichael's Easy-Does-It Brass 
Shiner Company, came over and spoke. She 
surprised me saying that Ray Newman was a 
clown in the Eitner-Still Ciixus, and Donald 
Hite was a tobacco auctioneer." 

These last statements brought tears of laugh- 
ter to the eyes of both Louise and me. 

"Gosh, Betty," remarked Louise, "people are 
really doing crazy things these days. Did you 
know that "Punk" Scales and Jane Eubanks 
are raising turkeys on their nine hundred and 
twenty-eight acre farm? Wanda Ward and 
Ann Hankinson both have married prominent 
Philadelphia business men and IMarian Hay- 
good finally got married, to a dare-devil stunt 
pilot at that! Oh, yes! Duane Grice is a trav- 
eling salesman for Leroy Gilstrap's class ring 
company . . . Pity! We're getting ready to land 
at Bush Field . . . Fasten your safety belt please, 
we're coming in for a landing." Betty, I'll be 
watching your T. ^^ show tonight, "Augusta, 
U. S. A." Be sure and wave at me!" 

"Okay, Louise, I sure will. This trip has 
been great! But I must run so that I won't 
keep Mayor Billy Fair waiting. He'll want a 
full report on Sam's inauguration." 

Bye Now ! 

BETTY DEMPSEY 
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OFFICERS 

President DANNY CASHIN 

Vice-President DONALD HITE 

Secretary-Treasurer _..__SUE BERRY 

Sponsor MISS VIRGINIA SMITH 



Danny Cashin 



Donald Hite 



Sue Berry Miss Virginia Smith 




Left to riKlit: 
Seated: 

June CrMWford. Sim Fulc-her. ronnio Tiavird. Kalherino P.ailey, Donald Hite. 

Ray Allen. Sue Berry, Trances Holt. Hobby .-Vdams. Uev Hite. 
Standing: 

Danny Cashin, Miss Smith. 



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Frances Hett 
Editor-in-Chief 







Diane Coward Grace Miilineiix Miss J nintliii .Marshall 
Associate Editor Feature Editor Faculty Adviser 






Ann Culpepper Roseninry Feese Virginia Ferris .Marllia Ilarilcii 
Asst. Editor Faculty Editor Literary Editcr .Military Editor 



Not pictured: 

Sherrill Kelly. Art Editor 




Leit to rielit: 
Seated: 

Hetty Denipsey, Martha Harden. Lorlta Sweat. Grace Molineux. Fr;inces Hett. 
Oiane Coward. Terry Culpepper. Patsy Adams. Nancy Marshall. 
Standing: 
Caro McDonald. Katherine Scales. Joy Beddingfleld. Barbara Jean Shirley. 
Carol MeElhenny. Sue Berry. Betty Jo Shirley. Nona Shervin. Roberta Craw- 
ford, .Mary Davis. Marian Haygood. Edwinii McKenna. Nancie Marsh. Ger- 
aldine Rinker. Nancy Greene. .-Xnn Anderson. Rosalind Zucker. Barbara .Mor- 
ris. Eleanor Henistreet. Connie Havird. 

Sherrill Kelly. Virginia Ferris. Rosemary Feese. Peggy Cook. Manin Pech- 
ter. Helen Myrick. Peggy Dowling. Len Chavis. Judy Brown. Ethel Wright. 
Christine Hundley. Dawn Peacock. Margot Teague. Becky Wilbanks. Eleanor 
Kiljiatrick. Ann Culpepper. Dorothy Barker. Carole Tesslcr. Agnes Kuhlke. 
Barbara Thompson. Ann Yonce. Connie Marsh. Virginia Bowe. Ftances Setze. 
Ann Mura. 

Not pictured: 

Joan Burbidge. Fran .Merry. Brailsford .Nixon. Martha Stafford. Mell)a McNeal. 



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Publisher 




Associate Business Managers: 
Betty Ellis Swain McElmurray Mary Hobbs 



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Assistant Business Managers; 
Ethel Wright Eleanor Hemstreet Agnes Kuhlke Lorita Sweat 



Not pictured: 

Dan Meyer, Business Manager 




Left to right: 

Peggy Dowling. Harriet Epps, Barbara Cook. Dan Jloyer. Patsy Adams. Swain 
McElmurray, Lorita Sweat, Betty Ellis. 

Stewart Phinizy. Mary Whitaker. Jlelha Northcutt. Pearl Hebbard. Bea Dodd. 
Ethel Wright, Mary Hobbs, Shirley McBeath, Charles Anderson. 
Not pictured: 

Barbara Morris. Linda Whittle. Ann Culpepper. Kitty Dessauer. Peggy Smith. 



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EDITORIAL 

Nona Shervin Managing Editor 

Terry Culpepper Sports Editor 

Sherrill Kelly Cartoonist 

Joe Reynolds Photographer 

Barbara Benoit Associate Editor 

Jo Ann Jared Features 

Betty Denipsey Personals 

REPORTERS AND CONTRIBUTORS 
Judy Brown. Len Chavis. Joan Craw- 
ford. Mickey Crouch. Barbara Fitzgerald. 
Dorothy Frazier. Frances Hett, Wynian 
Lamb. Jeanne McFarland. Barbara .Mc- 
Kie. Janet Mulcay. Keith Prince. Bill 
Ranisbotham, Jo Ann Scott. Nancy Sil- 
bert. Edna Smith. James Smith. Ann 
Tankersly. Elizabeth Thompson. Karine 
Wooten. Jeannette Wilcher. 

June Crawford. J. D. Hill. Prentice 
Peabody. .\nn Peters. Betty Scoggins. 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Mary Ann Oakley Business Manager 

Beverley Brandenburg. 

Circulation Manager 

Advertising Solicitors: 

Cornelia Dunham. Dawn Peacock. 

Anne Hardin. Marian Haygood. Allison 

Verdery. Carol Tessier. Barbara Thom|)- 

son. 

C. M. Scott Adviser 





Mr. Scott. Janet Mulcay. Joan Crawford. Nancy Silhert. Wyiuan Lamb. .Mick 
ey Crouch. Dawn Peacock. Marian Haygood. Jo Ann Jared. Mary Anne Oak' 
ley, Barbara Fitzgerald. Nancy Marshall. Carol Tessier. Barbara Thompson 
Connie Durham. Len Chavis. J. D. Hill. lo Ann Scott. Hetty Dempsey. Bar 
bara Benoit. Beverly Brandenburg. Billy Bamsbotham. Prentice Peabody 
Betty Scoggins, Ann Peters. Jennie Wylie. Judy Brown. Keith Prince, Nona 
Shervin. Frances Hett, Terry Culpepper. Sherrill Kelly. Margaret Yarbrough, 
Ann Hardin. Elizabeth Thompson. 

Not pictured: 

Joe Reynolds, Ann Tankersley, Barbara McKie. 



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Miss Jaquelin Marshall 
Faculty Adviser 



David Voss 
Publisher and Editor 




A inori'ssidiiiil iind liltTiiry niasazine iiuhlislii'il by the Creative WritillK class ot 
the .hiuior Collene of Auuusia and the Academy ot Kichniond rounty. siionsored by 
the inr>:! UAIN'BOW. to iirnvide a link between the school, home and community by 
presenting the ideas and interests of the students and their friends through publi- 
cation of student and professional writini;. SHUXIi OFF appears in the fall, winter 
and sprin.i; issues, the cover ot which is underwritten by J. 13. White's llepartment 
Store. 
Lett to right: 

Shirley MoBeath. Diane Coward. David Voss. Patsy Adams. Peggy Cook. Mar- 
tha Harden. Jimmy Bardiu. N'eal Chandler. Charles Bowen. Dan Meyer. 
Not pictured : 

Lamout Edmondson. James Ussery. Willie Grubhs. Linda Woo. Pat Bodine. 

Bill Peters. 





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Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for Junior College students. Comparable 
to Phi Beta Kappa in Senior Colleges, this seholastit- attainment group must have 
maintained an average of A or better, for the first three Semesters of college work. 
Thus, one qualifies tor membership. 

Some 25 years ago the local chapter of Junior College of Augusta began to func- 
tion. 




Left to right; 

David Voas. Leila Rheney. Bill Lewis. Uill Ilolden. Connie Havird. .Mr. Rich- 
ardson. 




OFFICERS 

President KAVII) VOSS 

Vice-President BILL HOLDEN 

Secretary CONN'lE HAVIRU 

Treasurer LEILA RHENEY 

Council Member BILL LEWIS 

Sponsor MR. R. L. RICHARDSON 




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OFFICERS 

President JIMMY RAINES 

Vice-President DOXALD HITE 

Secretary BARBARA BAXXESTER 

Treasurer XAXCY MARSHALL 

Sponsor MR. G. B. WILLIAMS 



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.lininiy Raines 

DoniiUl Hite 

H:irl)ara lUmnester 

Nnncy Marsliall 
Mr. G. B. Williams 



Patsy Ailaiiis, Willie Aclanis. Charles Aeiu-hliacher. Frank Andrews, Lee Ballard. 
H'jrbara Hannestei-, .loanne Heattie. Sue Herry, Bill Roller. .lean Howe. Beverly 
Brandenburg. Bobbie muggeniaun. Bill Brunkhurst. Miriam Cale. .Marinnna Cato. 
Joyce Clark, i\Iary Clark. Barbara Cook. Marian Cook. Pickens Cook. Diane Coward. 
Nancy Craddock. Mary Alice Crouch. Ann Culpeiiper. Helen Jean Daniels. Frances 
Dike. Bea llodd. Peggy Uowling. Ann Dye. \\'arren Faglier. Rosie Feese. Eva 
Fernandez. Virginia Ferris. Bill Fields. Elizabeth Flake. Sam Fleming. Willie 
Jean Fletcher, Margie Floyd. Cai-rie P^rasier. Dorothy Frasier, Margaret Elser. 
Harriet Epps. Rosalind Ghitter. Jules Godin. Martee Harden. .lames Harmon. 
Donald Hite. Warren Jaunsen. Richard .lennings, Joan Justice. Sherrill Kelly. Dan 
Lester. Phyllis Lnando. Carolyn Ma,5ruder. Janie .Marbut. Constance Jlarsh. Jane 
Marschalk. N'ancy Marshall. Grade Merry. Claire Minor. Marianne Mitchell. Grace 
Molineux. Barbara Morris. Barbara Ann Morris. Jeanne Morrison. Joe Moseley. 
.Anne Mura. Helen iMyrick. Bobbie McDonald. Caro McDonald. Carol McElhenny. 
Swain McElniurray, Faye McN'ure. Gloria Newsome. Mozelle Owens. Bill Partridge. 
Frances Patterson. Pat Payne. Jimmy Raines. Jerry Ann Reese. Gertrude Robertson. 
Chad Ross. Jackie Rountree. Billie Carol Sanders. Ann Satcher. Sybil Scarborough. 
Frances Setze. June Sewell. Bill Simmons. Jeanette Stringer. Virginia Stum. Patricia 
Swain. Tommy Thoroughnian. Angelyn Wall. Earnestine Walton. Pete Whatley, 
Linda Whittle! Jack Widner, Nan Williams. Dolores Voungblood, Michael Zucker. 



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The Gold R Society was founded in 1931 under the sponsorship of Professor Ernest 
M. Allen. Its purpose is to recognize achievement among Academy senior boys in 
character, in scholarship, and in three of the four fields of leadership, athletics, 
military, and other school and community activities. 




Left to right: Duane Grice. Sam Fleming. Donald Mite. Len Chavls 
Ed Burkhalter. Billy Fair. Jimmy Knines. Wyni.in Lamb 






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Sponsor ' 



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GIRLS ACTIVITIES MEDAL 

The Girls Activities Medal is a recogni- 
tion for service and participation in the 
various phases of school life. While it 
is not primarily an academic award 
nevertheless a recipient must have main- 
tained an average of eighty in academic 
subjects. In addition to the academic re- 
quirement a student must have earned 
points, total of ten in athletics, school 
leadership and active membership in 
school organizations that have been ap- 
proved by the Honors Committee of the 
Faculty. 

When Academy of Richmond County 
became a co-educational institution in 
September 1950, the Honors Commit- 
tee realized the need for recognition of 
outstanding girl students. The Girls 
Activities Medal was proposed and ap- 
proved by the Faculty. The first awards 
were made during the spring term of 
1952. 




MISS GRACE STRAUSS 
Sponsor 




Left to right: Diane Coward, Grace Molineux. Virginia Ferris. Mary Jam- .Marlnit. 

Barbara Bannester. Sue Herry 

Ann Culpepper, Barbar.i Morris, Patsy Adams, Rosemary Feese, Virginia Bowe 



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Hetty Atkinson 
Ann Alston 
Pat Allinder 
Freida Strauss 
Dorothy Barker 
F^Inio Cason 
liill Simmons 
Alary Whitaker 
Mary Ann Cosey 
Hetty Uenipsey 
Frances Brogdon 
Helva Earl Horton 
.Manila Overman 
Shirley Nash 
Margaret Fields 
Ruth Ann Uozier 
Nell Bush 
Leila Kheney 
(irace Molineux 
Ethel Wright 
Mary Catherine Goss 
Mae Dean Hawkins 
Fannie O'Neal Walder 
Barbara L. Morris 
Ann Culpepper 
Lois Hammond 
Eugenia Beckum 
Ann Hoover 



Ann Dixon 
B. J. Whitaker 
Nancy Rivers 
Grace Creech 
Connie Marsh 
Xancie Marsh 
Geraldine Rinker 
Lorita Sweat 
June Tanner 
Jimmy Connors 
Ira Cartee 
Bill Seaman 
Gene Glisson 
Ludie Glisson 
Charley Anderson 
Billy Norris 
Jimjny Bardin 
Helen Boyle 
Xeal Chandler 
Joe Dukes 
Blanche Hughes 
Aaron Lively 
Robert McDaniel 
Marian Smith 
Dixie Voyles 
Cecile Wallace 
Harrv Brazell 



Carolyn Prickelt 
Shirley Freeland 
Marianne Mitchell 
Barbara Simpson 
Shirley Clifford 
Gail Burnette 
Elba Sandin 
James Swindle 
Carolyn Peacock 
Jerry Paulus 
Ann Roberts 
Carolyn Bostick 
Elizabeth South 
Billy Hall 
Carmen Jennings 
Oretchen Corley 
Gene Johnson 
Frances Hett 
Alice Ogden 
Mrs. Adele Marie Lamb 
Phyllis Bartlette 
Bennie Fulcher 
Mike Zucker 
Ernesting Hickson 
Charles Byrd 
Marjorie Burgamy 
Beverly Farr 



Shirley Lcdbetter 

Janie Marbut 

Mary Helen Phillips 

Shirley Reese 

Nona Shervin 

Jackie Smith 

Mary Smith 

Margaret Yarbrough 

John Applewhite 

Paula Hyanis 

Sylvia Edwards 

Martha Smith 

Peggy Smith 

Jeanette Stringer 

Sue Berry 

Rosemary Feese 

Barbara Bannester 

Jane Wren 

Myrl Allinder 

Willie Adams 

Connie Hayes 

Jean Howe 

Mary Elizabeth Johnson 

Connie Hagin 

Jules Godin 

Roger Sanderson 

Ann Dye 



OFFICERS 

President .....JIMMY BARDIN 

Vice-President-. GRACE CREECH 

Secretary BETTY DEMPSEV 

Sponsor MR. J. E. EUBANKS 



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Danny Cashin 
Jane Eubanks 



Lett to right: 

Hilly Watkins, Jane Euljanks 

Valdi Cooper. Joe Reynolds. Claude Hariier 

Billy Oet.jen. Jackie RodRers 

Angus Wilson. Danny Cashin. Uichard Tinmiernian 



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OFFICERS 

President JACKIK UOOERS 

Viie-President VALDI COOPER 

Secretary ROY ANDERSON" 

Treasurer DANNY CASHIN 

Sweetheart MISS JANK EUPANKS 




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Jane Wren 



Guy McPherson 



Chandler Arndt 
1 Kenneth Couch 



OFFICERS 

President GUY McPHERSON 

Vice-President CHAXnLER ARNDT 

Secretary JIMMY AGERTON 

Treasurer PETE MANLEY 

Chaplain KENNETH COUCH 

Sergeant-at-Arms BRUCE JORDAN 

Sweetheart MISS JANE WREN 




Left to right: Guy McPherson. Pete Manley, Jimmy Agerton. Kenneth Couch. Bill 
Holden. Jane Wren. Chandler Arndt. Gordon Huff. Bruce Jordan 

Not pictured: Lyman Williams, Brice Salley. Jerry Solomon 





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OFFICERS 

President CONNIE HAVIRD 

Vice-President LOUISE WARDLAW 

Secretary, MARIAN HILL 

Treasurer JOAN HILL 

Sweetheart MR. ANGUS WILSON 





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Connie Havird 

Angus Wilson 

Louise Wardlaw 




Seated: Katie Hill. Carolyn Leary. Marilyn Chambers 

Mary Ann Cosey. Marian Hill. Sara Flemister 
.Mary Whitaker. Janet Smith. Louise Wardlaw. Suzie Morris 
Ann Oxner. June Myriik. Connie Havird 

Standing: 

Joan Hill. Kathleen Smith"! June Crawford, Amy Drown. Nell Hush. Uuth Ann Dozier 



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Ltd to iislit; Carolyn I'taiotk. Jaikie Smith. Mrs. Ilitker.s. Luriia Sweat. Frances 
Hett. Jane Wren. Nona Shervln. 




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OFFICERS 

President ..FRANCES HETT 

Vice-PreHident NO.NA SIIERVIX 

Secretary SHIRI.KY ISKESE 

Treasurer JANE WREN 

Sponsor MRS. MARY BICKERS 



Frances Hett Nona Sliervin Shirley Reese 



Jane Wren 



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OFFICERS 

President LORITA SWEAT 

Vice-President FRANCES HETT 

Secretary NOXA SHERVIX 

Treasurer AXX SMITH 

Sponsor MRS. ELLEN RADFORD 



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Left to right: 

Ann Smith, Xooa Shervin. Frances Hell. Lorita Sweat. 

Carolyn Peacock. .lane Wren, Mrs. Kadford, Amy Brown. Mary 

Elizabeth Johnson. 



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Left to ripht: 

Wymjiii Liiiiil). 

J. I). Lee. Len Cliavis. Mickey Crouch. Oeiie Croiilc. Ed nurkhalter. Dunne (irice. OeniKv 
Short. Terry Culpepper. David flale. Hill Ueynolds. .Maurice Steinberg. 
Danny LaSure. Richard Still. .Johnny MeUKer. Lee lilley. 
.Ilniniy Conners. Noruiau Criffln. Phillip McHeath. Wlllard James. 

Robby Teasley. Bill McKetlrlck. Jimmy MenKer. Larry Dennett. Ford Miller. Kill Smith. 
Walter Harwood. Roy Alewine. Gene Glenbon. Ralph Sowarda, Gene GrlHin. Roy Scar- 
borough. 



Wyman Lamb 



Ed Burkhalter 



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OFFICERS 

President WYMAN LAMl! 

Vice-President GEORGE SHORT 

Secretary DUANE GRICE 

Treasurer DAVID GALE 

Chaplain _ ED BURKALTER 

Sergeant-at-Anns ..TERRY CULPEPPER 
Sponsor COACH HARRY MILLIGAN 



David Gale Terry Culpepper Coach Milligan 



Herman Rowell Dennis Harlow 




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Jodie Lee Captain Brown 



OFFICERS 
1st Semester 

President PETE WHATLEY 

Vice-President BILLY PAIR 

Secretary HERMAN ROWELL 

Treasurer ORIAN NIEHUSS 

Ctiaplain BOBBY WHITE 

Sergeant-at-Arms..CHARLES CLAXTON 
Sponsor CAPTAIN BROWN 

OFFICERS 

2nd Semester 

President ___.__HERMAN ROWELL 

Vice-President TOIWiVIY HARRIS 

Secretary CHARLES CLAXTON 

Treasurer DENNIS HARLOW 

Chaplain JODIE LEE 

Sergeant-at-Arms....SCOTTY LANGHAM 
Sponsor CAPTAIN BROWN 





Lett to right: 

Ed Riddle, Charles Killingsworth, Ham Holland, Jodie Lee, Billy Ashe. Tommy Thor- 
oughnian. 

Charles Claxton. Jimmy Pirkle. Orian Xiehuss, Dennis Harlow, Bobby White. Jimmy 
Holden, Scotty Langham. Ray Newman. 

Billy Fair, Tommy Harris, Herman Eitner, Captain Brown, Herman Howell, Clark Per- 
ry, Pete Whatley, Stewart Phinizy, Bayliss Burdison, 

Not pictured: Swain McElmurray. 



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Donald Hite Charles Kowen Dudley Haiid Lanny llarris<iii Hilly Law 



OFFICERS 
1st Semester 

President UONALD HITK 

Vice-President CHARLES BOWEX 

Secretary DUDLEY BAIRD 

Treasurer LANNY HARRISON 

Chaplain BILLY LAW 

Sponsor SERGEANT MULLINS 




OFFICERS 
2nd Semester 

esident BILLY LAW 

ice-President DUDLEY BAIRD 

Secretary ROY HARRIS 

Treasurer BEV HITE 

Cliaplain ROY SWANCY 

Sponsor SERGEANT MULLINS 



Sweetheart MISS JACKIE MURRAY 




Sydnor Newton 

Sim Fulcher 
Edward Moody 
Jimmy Raines 
George Bowen 

Hill Boiler 
Hardy Risteen 



Jacl(ie Murray 

Byran Siml<ins 

Danny Hagler 

Sam Fleminic 

GeorKe Marschalk 

Breck ISrigham 

Sam Mays 



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Roy Harris 





Bev Hite 



Roy Swiincy 



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OFFICERS 

President BETTY DEMPSEY 

Vice-President.. BARBARA BANNESTER 

Secretary JEANETTE STRINGER 

Treasurer ROSEMARY FEESE 

Chaplain ALICE OGDEX 

Sponsor MRS. PAULINE STEVENS 



Betty Denipsey Jeanette Stringer Barbara Bannester 




Rosemary Feese Alice Ogdeu Mrs. Stevens 




On w:ill: leil ii> light — Jinky Ferris. Harriet Kpps, Piitsy XeSmith. Ileverly Smith, Cnrol Benson. Mary Davis. Ro- 
berta Crawford. Willie Adams, Frances Patterson, Suzzanne Carswell. 

Seated: left to right— Nan Williams. Pat Swain. Joan Stribling, Claire Minor, Patty Zurfluh, Patsy Adams. Marian 
Cook, Nancy Marshall, .Marianna Cato, Barbara .Morris. Ann Culpepper. Beverly Brandenberg, Helen My- 
rick. Katherine Bailey, Clail UuPuis, Patty Strong, 

Officers: left to right — Rosemary Feese, Alice Ogden, Barbara Banne.ster. Betty Dempse.v, Jeannette Stringer. 

Not pictured: Glenda Prince, Kay Wooten, 



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Left to right: Seated— Kthel Wright. Anne Hnnkiiis,.!, .1:,. ki. Kountree. 

Soleta Morris, Jane Mnrsi-hnlk. Wanda W:iid, K\tl.vii lU'ckum. 

Gracie Merry, Sue Herry. Jackie Murray, lieverly Farr. 

Jeanie Niehuss, Becky Wilbanks. Louise McGahee, Katherine Scales. Martha Smith, Jane Kubanks. 

Patricia Hall. Joyce Hodges. Virginia Bowe. Mary Martin. Mr. Maden. Elaine KildulT. Jane Marbut. Taro- 

lyn Magruder. Eleanor Kilpatrick. Adelaide Fund. .Margot Teague. 
Standing: Bea Dodd. Crace -Molineux. 



Jackie Murray Evelyn Beckuni Jackie Rountree 




OFFICERS 

President JACKIE MURRAY 

Vice-President EVEL.YN BECKl'M 

Secretary JACKIE ROl'.VTRKE 

Treasurer VIRGINIA BOWE 

Chaplain MARY MARTI.V 

Sponsor MR. W. L. MADEN 



Virginia Bowe Mary Martin 



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OFFICERS 

President SYLVIA EDWARDS 

Vice-President BEVERLY FARR 

Secretary ANNELLE NEWTON 

Treasurer JOY BEDDINGFIELD 

Sponsor MISS JANE HEARN 




Sylvia Edwards Beverly Farr Annelle Newton Miss Hearn 




Lett to right : 

Hazel Price. Carolyn VaiiRlin. Faye McNure. 

Peggy Smith. Elizabeth Thoniiison, Annette Frierson. Joy Beddincifield. Joan Hazelrigs, Ann Dye. Tanya 
VonBergen. 

Robbie McDonald, Connie Hagen. Betty Jump, S.vlvia Edwards, Marianne Mitchell, Lleverly Farr. Shirley 
Freeland. Shirley Ledbetter, 



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Lett lo liulU: 

Betty Grinistead. Onwn Peacock, Olenda Viill. ^i■,ll•.v Ann Coaey. Pat tlodine, Marinnna Heath. Jane Mar- 
riott, Dorothy Martin, Xancy Rivers. Mary Alice •'roucli. Marpy Elser. (irace Creech, Har!)ara IJucit, Syd- 
ney Shields. Harriet Melton. Mary Jane .Marhul. C'ecile Wallace. Janet Mulcay. Pat Wolfe. 
Lelia Sousa. Karen Lewis. Patsy NeSniith. Hetty Henipsey. Carole Little. Lois Hammond. Barbara Sav- 
age. Becky Wilhanks. Elizabeth Freeman. Edna Mae CJodwin. Connie .Marsh. Joan May. Jerry Anne 
Reese. Ethel Buffinpton, Cleneva Pape. Carolyn Browne. Tnya \'onlUrpen. .Mary Barton. Frances Dike. 
Leiphton Bourne. Swain McElmurray. Joe Dukes. Jeff Crout. (Jene (iibson. David llalcame. Herman Ho- 
well. Jimmy Connor. J. I), Lee. Joanne Jared. Xancy Almon. Xancy Marshall, Betty .\nn Jump. Joanne 
Scott. Mary Anne Sawyer. Mary Ann .Mellin. 

Bill Reynolds. Charles Lass. Curtis Stacy. Howell Cillmore. Jimmy Orepory. William Fields. Joseph Ben- 
nette. Derrick Durham. Prentice I'eahody. Ilouplas Tschorn. Ronald Wrlpht. Roy Scarborough. Terry Cul- 
pepper. David Tschorn. Hobby White. Joe Christian. Jr. 

Not pictured: 

Sue Berry. Virginia Bowe. Joyce Caldwell. Lenard Chavis. Mary Ann Davis. Jimmy Fennell. Sara Hair. 
Barbara Hammette. Jerry Harden. Gawgic Hastings. Karen Henke. .Millie Howard, (ieorge Martin. Eilis 
Mollon. Sarah Pritchard. Peggy Smith. Barbara Snellgrove. Jo Tyson, Danny Ward, Hetty June Whitaker, 
Uobbv While, 





Prentice Peabody Betty Dempsey Joe Dukes Mary Jane Marbut -Miss Halbert 

OFFICERS 

President PREXTICE PEABODY 

Vice-President BETTY DEMPSEY 

Secretary MARY JAXE MARBUT 

Treasurer JOE DUKES 

Sponsor MISS DOROTHY HALBERT 



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Frank Christian Bill Brunkhurst 




Roy Scarborough Swain McElmurray 




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OFFICERS 

President PRANK CHRISTIAN 

Vice-President BILL BRUNKHURST 

Secretary ROY SCARBOROUGH 

Treasurer SWAIN McELMURRAY 

Sponsor MISS DOROTHY HALBERT 




Left lo riKlil : 

William Brunkhurst, Jr.. Charles Lass. Roy Scarliorough. Frank Christiun. Jr.. Herman Rowell. David Hal- 
came, Miss Halbert. 

Joe Dukes, David Tscborn. Terry Culpepiier. Curtis Stacey. Derrick Durham. Jaseph Bennett. Jimmy 

Connor. 

Jeff Crout, Bill Reynolds, Prentice Peabody, Gene Gibson, Swain McKlmurrny. Lci^bton Hmirne. 

William Fields, Jimmy Gregory. Douglas Tschorn, Ronald Wright 
Not pictured 

,Iimniy Fennell, Jimmj- Glaze, Jerry Harden, nann>' Ward. Boliby White. 




Lett to right: Seated: 

Marianna Healh. Elaine Kildiiflt. Nancy Marshal:. Baibnra Fitzserald. Bobby .McDonald. 

Tan>a VonlierRen. Luan Holland. Patricia Salley. Annette Frlerson. Hetty Dempsey. 

Pat liodine. Judy Christian. Mary Ann Cosey. 

Jerry Ann Heese. Faye McN'ure. Sara Stringer. Anne Peters. 

Jane Marriott. Mary Anne .Mellln. Betty Scoggins. Pat Wolfe. Uoliin Powell. Barbara Savage. Nancy Alnion. 

Joanne Scott. Patsy NeSmith. Connie .Marsh, Sharon Osheroff. Linda Whittle. Wanda Jowers. Betty Ann 

Jump. Jean Ferguson. 

Standing: 

Joan Hazelrigs. Dawn Peacock. Clenda Vail. Carolan Salley. Ava Prideniore. Barbara Waller. Nancy Riv- 
ers. Carole Little. Nancy Blackstone. Billie Laird. Marceline Clubb, Shirley Tarlyn. Jackie McCiowan. Har- 
riet Jlelton. Miss Halbert. Mozelle Owen. Mary Whitaker. Betty Grinistead. .\nnette Hobbs. 

Not pictured: 

Ethel Buffington. Betl.ve Cilhert, Sarah I'rilchard. Aliie Thompson. Pal Toole. 







OFFICERS 

President MAKY WIIITAKEU 

Vice-President DAWN PEACOCK 

Secretary. ..MARY HELEN PHILLIPS. 

and BOBBIE McDONALD 

Treasurer MARY ANN COSEY 

Sponsor MISS DOROTHY HALBERT 



Mary ■ftTiUaker Dawn Pcai-oc k Mmiv 1 IhIhti Phillips 




Bobbie McDonald Mary Ann Cosey Miss llalberl 



'^Q^und (D^de^i ci^e^jUo'luu 





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Robert Walton Michael Zucker Rutus Maloney 





OFFICERS 

Master Councilor ROBERT WALTON 

Senior Councilor RUFUS MALONEY 

Junior Councilor MICKEY CKOUCII 

Scribe and Treasurer, 

MICHAEL ZUCKER 




Left to rishi: 

Dennis Harlow. Jules (lodiii, .Michael Zucker, Robert Waltcm. Rul'us .Mnliin- 
ey, Mickey Crouch. Hilly Hanisbotham, Edward Wall, Jiiiuny Ccninor, Har- 
vey Levy, Jerry Dogoslowsky, 



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Purposes of the Distributive Education 
Club: 

To encourage the use of high ethical 
standards in business. 

To foster a deep feeling of the civic, 
social and moral responsibilities of 
business to society. 

To develop leadership in club activi. 
ties and in the field of distribu- 
tion. 




OFFICERS 

President HENRY WILSON" 

Vice-President CHARLIE BOWEN 

Secretary BETN'ERLY FARR 

Treasurer GWEN MOCK 

Sponsor MRS. RUBY C. TURNER 



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Members: 

Henry Wilson. Barbara Jean Shirley. Ray Downey. Sybil Carn. Fraser Gore. Gwen Mock. Jimmy 

Blackstone. Shirley Watkins. Lamont Edmondson. Gertrude Robertson. Charlie Bowen. Pearl Minis. 

Frederick Hernden. Lois Waldrop. Terry Blackmon, Beverly Farr. Jimmy Farris. Barbara Savage. 

Rudy Lowry. Joan Justice. Lena Cox. Danny LaSure. Betty Jo Shirley. Gerry Mc.N'eal. Betty Ann 

Glover. Harold Smith, Harriett Rodgers. Donald Davis. Willie Woods. 
Members not shown: 

William Anderson. Virginia Beck. Phyllis Beckley. Laverne Blackstone. Marjorle Uonhani. J. C. 

Brown. Mose Allen Davis. Ray Dillman. Irene Fordham. Jean Fricks. Betty Ann Glover. Ollie Ruth 

Hadden, Marjorie Howard. Barbara McBride. Etherage Morris, Joyce Ann Rocker, Laura Rowe. 



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I-'-'d In llKlll : 

Herbert Uean_ Cliaiiie Lass. Frank Lanier. 
Eslon Wall. Cliesley Parrish. Lawton James. 
Ron!iie Aniersbn. Ruben Sliester. 
Milton Selleiirs. Ed Crowe. Paul Feazell. 

.Jerry Reese. Gary Brinson. Robert Christian. Ben Tompkins. Carlton Bon- 
liam. Joe Roberts. Danny Ward. Julian Reese. Allan Sliester. Pliillip Michael. 
Mr. Hardy. 
Not pictured: 

Charles Wolfe. Walter H. ('.rant. Carl Walker. Edward Blac-kstone. Jessie A. 
Sims. 

OFFICERS 

President HERBERT DEAX 

1st Vice-President CHARLIE LASS 

2nd Vice-President FRANK LANIER 

Secretary and Publicitv Asent. 

JESSIE SIMS 

Sergeant-at-Arms GARY BRINSOX 

Sponsor MR. GEORGE HARDY 



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Put iiodine. .\Iiiry Klser. Junv Seweii. Mary Davia. Joan May. 
Eleanor Roye. Glenda Princ.-. Rosalyn Ghilter. 

Margaret Yarborouah. Shirley I.edbeller. Ethel Wriiiht. Shirley Tarlyii. 
Miss Strauss. Mariannn Cato. Deverly Brandenbiiri:. .Mary Alic3 Crouch. Lin- 
da Whittle. 

.Miss Braddy. Sandra Wheeler. Jen-iy Wylie. Mary Clark. Nan Williams, 
Patricia Swain, Connie Marsh. H. J. Arnold. Jerry Anne Reese, Dot Barker. 

Not pictured: 

Patsy NeSniith, JoAnne Sizenioie, Jeanette Stringer. 



OFFICERS 

President NAN WILLIAMS 

Vice-President PATRICIA SWAIX 

Secretary MARY CLARK 

Treasurer B. J. ARNOLO 

Librarian-Parliamentarian, 

SHIRLEY LEDBETTER 

Sponsors MISS ANN BRADDY and 

MISS GRACE STRAUSS 



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Nan Williams Miss Braddy Miss Strauss 



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OFFICERS 

President SHIRLEY REESB 

Vice-President RUTH ANN DOZIER 

Secretary....BEVERLY BRANDENBURG 

Treasurer - GAIL DuPUIS 

Sponsor MRS. PAULINE STEVENS 




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Left to right: 

June Sewell, Billie Laird, Peggy Adams. Ann Jones, Jackie Powell. Wilhelniina Adams. Jane 

Wren. 

Maria Locke. Lavelle Denney, Cynthia Holston. Virginia Stum. Jewell Hammond. Peggy 

Whiteside. Alice Ogden. Rosemary Feese. Judy Fitzsimmons, Ruth Ann Dozier. Glen Ami 

Carlton, liarhara P^itzgerald. 

Mrs. Stevens. Jackie Halford. Marianna Heath. Freida Strauss, Ann Skinner, Cecile Wallace. 

Gerry Jackson. June Graves, Caroline Usry, Ann Roberts, Jeanette Cadle. Shirley Peacock, Al- 

vis Willis, Nancy Marshall, 



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Left to right: 

Sara Thompson. Jimmie Mae Henp. Hetty Wombles. Shirley Peacock. Betty Ann Glover. Kent Andrews. 
Neva Reynolds. 

Jannace Fender. Nora Ann Langford. Suzanne Mann. Edna Mae (Jodwln. Elizaheth Freennin. Martha 
Davis. 

Elaine Hocan. Dorothy Mathews. Charlotte Kawn. Alvls Willis. .Vnnctte Prierson. Carole Little. Monting 
Young. Mary Elizabeth Hobbs. Katherine Hums. Nanev Ford. Norma Jean Hall. Kennie lieasley. I.ois Pow- 
ers. Jeanette Patterson. Paula Hlnes. Jackie Halford. Pauline Otts. Donna McCord, Kuth Ann Dozier. 
Mary Whitaker. Mrs. Moseley. Mrs. Bickers, Mrs. White. Henri-Anne Ciiradot. 







OFFICERS 

President HENRl-AN.N'K (illlADOT 

Vice-President CAIIOLE LITTLE 

Secretary CAROL HIPPS 

Treasurer JEANETTE PATTERSON 

Historian DOROTHY TEMPLETON 

Parliamentarian HELEN DANIELS 

Reporter JOAN MAY 

Song Leader MARY BARTON 

Sponsor MRS. AMANDA MOSELEY 



Henri-Anne Giradot Carole Lillle 



Cai-ol Ilipps 



111 r.-un Mrs. Amanda Moseley 



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THE 1953 RAINBOW WISHKS TO ACKNOWLBPGE THE GENEROSITY 
OB" DR. AiN'D MRS. HERVEY M. OLECKLEY IX LENDING THEIR GRACIOUS 
HOME ON HRANSFORD ROAD FOR THE SUPERLATIVE PICTURES. 




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SAMUEL FLEMING 




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DAVID VOSS 



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CONSTAXCE HAVIRD 



UA.MEL CASHI.N 



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nUANE GRICE 



UETTY DEiMPSEY 



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LOUISE WARDLAW 



JACKIE RODGERS 



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JAMES BARDIN 



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best wishes 



FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT THE 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

AND TRUST COMPANY 

Of Augusta 



Main Office 



Walton Way Office 



THE CITIZENS & SOUTHERN 
NATIONAL BANK 



THE GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK 
AND TRUST COMPANY 



Main Office 



Uptown Branch 



Frat Man (pricing wrist watches): "Fifty dollars. Alice: 

you say? How much is it without the 
gold band?" Bob: 

Clerk (anxious to make sale): "Forty-nine dollars 

and ninety cents — only ten cents differ- Alice: 

ence." 

Pauper: ''Very well. then. Here's a dime. 1 just 
wanted the band." 

— Blue Print 



"Oh. Bob, last night I dreamed that I was 

dancing with you!" 

'•Oh, what a wonderful emotion it gives me 

to think that you would dream of me." 

"And then I woke up to find my kid 

brother pounding my feet with a stick." 

— Blue Print 



FOR YOUR NEEDS 

Consumers Feed 
and Seed 

1101 Broad Street 
Call 2-5881 



There's nothinjr like the 

DIXIE PIG 

The place good food made 
famous. 



ORDERS TO GO 

202 East Boundary 
Dial •2-'2ri(i5 



Richmond Motor 
Company 

CHRYSLER — PLYMOUTH 

SALES AND SERVICE 

951-55 Greene Street 
Dial 4-5551 

•AMERICAS FIRST FAMILY 
OF FINE CARS" 



Augusta 


Hardware 


Com 


pany 


2255 Milled 


geville Road 


Phone 


6-3375 


"A Complete 


Line of Quality 


Hjtrdware ut 


a Reiisoniilile 


Price- 



Mama : "You're too old to cry. Tommy." 
Tommy: "And I'm too young to have what I'm 
crying for." 

— Blue Print 



Mountaineer to three-year-old son: "Ezry, quit 
pointin' that than gun at your little 
brother. Hit might go off and kill one 
of them chickens he's playin* with." 
— Blue Print 



Compliments of 

Edmunds & Jones 
Druggists 

201 Milledge Road 

Edmunds Drug Co. 

502 Broad Street 



Compliments of 

Champion Cool & 
Fuel Oil Co. 

"WHERE SATISFACTION 
IS A CERTAINTY" 

Dial 2-7309 1335 Walker St. 

P. O. Box 297 Augusta. Ga. 



MURRAY'S 
FLORIST 



lET US RECOMMEND A GOOD PAINTING CONTRACTOR 

Sherwin-Williams 



OPEN A CHAKCe ACCOUNT • WE DEUVER *T»* 




1157 Broad Street 



Dial 2-5707 



David Voss 



Stark-Empire Laundry 

LICENSED SANITONE CLEANER 

Cash-and-Carry Service 

DELIVERY SERVICE 

Phone 3-3611 



Compliments 
of 



TOWN TAVERN 




Bentley Brothers 

FURNITURE 

Complete Home Furnishings 

The store of Friendly Service 

Broad at 11th Street 
Phone 2-5309 



Compliments of 

Warren Walker 

JEWELER 
"The House of Fine Sterling" 



REAL ESTATE SALES — 

LOANS — INSURANCE 

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 

Over 36 Years Experience 

Blanchard & Calhoun 
Realty Company 



A\ieiist;t, C.:i 



|li;il 2-i:i\-n 



Compliments of 

Augusta Upholstering 
Company 

1403 Broad Street 
Dial 2-7718 



BRIGHAM'S 
Super Markets 

2108 Broad Street 
1732 Broad Street 
2301 Milledgeville Road 
2500 Peach Orchard Road 





WGAC 


58 


ON YOUR DIAL 


The 


Favorite Station of 


A. 


R. {'. and Junior 




Collejre Students 



Compliments of 

John R. Cook & 
Company 

CONTRACTORS and 
ENGLNEERS 



Carey F. Weathers 

Transfer fir Storage 

Company 

Local and Long Distance Moviny 

Openillng in 2S States 

—A COMPLETI-: MOVING SERVICE— 

12i>S Druid Park Ave Phone 3-2211 





BUY THE ■ 





Telephone 4-3551 

WHEN YOU BUILD, OR 
REMODEL, THINK OF 

Perkins Lumber 
Company 

VERNON MADDOX 

GUI 13tli Slret-t Augusta. Ga. 



Compliments of 

Margaret Hamilton 
Beauty Salon 

849 Greene Street 




Fcr Charter Service M. — y^ ^-- 

Roy Scarborough 

DIAL 4-3543 



Valley Coaches, 
Inc. 

No. 8 Ninth Street 
Augusta, Ga. 



W. E. Raines Co., 
Inc. 

BUILDING SPECIALIZATION 

AND SUPPLIES 

METAL PRODUCTS 

Phone 2-2176 14 Seventh St. 

Augu.sta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

WARE BUICK 

1380 Broad St. 
2-5395 



Maxwell Brothers 

FURNITURE 

FRIGIDAIRES — PHILCO RADIOS 

DRAPERIES 

Experienced 

INTERIOR DECORATING SERVICE 

Phone 2-5526 
933 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



BICYCLES — MOTOR BIKES 
MOTORCYCLES 

R. L. Sumerau & 
Son 

1248 Broad Street 
Dial 2-5301 



Compliments of 

RUBEN'S 

Augusta's Only Home-Owned 
Department Store. . . Large.st 
Boys' and Students' Depart- 
ment in Augusta 



Compliments 
of a 

Friend 



LILY-TULIP CUP 
CORPORATION 

Manufacturers of 

PAPER DRINKING CUPS 

and 

FOOD CONTAINERS 

1550 Wrightsboro Road 

Phone 3-2214 

Aujrusta. Ga. 



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WALKER-DURANT 
MOTOR CO. 

"Your Ford Dealer" 

FORD CARS — TRUCKS 

SALES and SERVICE 



USED CAR 

HEADQUARTERS 

Broad at l-Jth Street 

Phcine 2-5371 



SINCE 1889 

AUGUSTA LUMBER 
COMPANY 

BUILDING MATERIALS 

LUMBER 

MI 1.1. WORK 

Dial 2-181:! 

Augusta, Ga. 



Take a Tip 

From The Chef 

USE 

CASTLEBERRY'S 

Famous 

Barbecue Hash 

and 
Brunswick Stew 

For Deliiious Muals . . . 
. . . And So Easy to Prepare 

Castleberry's Food Co. 

.\uKUst;i, Gcor^ria 



SHERMAN AND 

HEMSTREET 

Realtors 

Augusta, Georgia 



Augusta Hide Co. 

E. A. LAMAR. Proprietor 

HIDES — FURS — WOOI^ 

BEES WAX and TALLOW 

SCRAP IRON — METAL 

RUBBER and RAGS 

Office and Wareliouse: 1433 Reynolds St. 



DAIRY QUEEN 

THE CONE WITH THE 

CURL ON TOP 

1830 Walton Way 

2300 Milledgeville Road 



ADVERTISING 
MERCHANDISING 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 



HARRISON 



Adu&UiAitUf /i<fe*iC4f 



"The Agency of Distinguished Clients" 
Herald Building Augusta, Georgia 

Dial 4-2429 
4-2420 




SPORTING GOODS Suzie Baggot 

'HOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 

BOWEN BROS. 

905 Broad Street 
Aiigu.sta, Ga. 



Bodeker - Fuller 
Drug Company 

Broad and 12th Streets 

Augusta, Georgia 

Phone 2-5577 

J. H. CARSWELL. Owner 



Compliments 
of a 

Friend 



FAIR-JOPLING 
APPLIANCE CO. 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

Domestic and Commercial 

Augusta. fJoorgia 
Phone 4-2723 303 Ninth St. 

I'hone 2-ll!i:iT 519 - 13th St. 



Augusta Mill Supply 
Company 

INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 

BELTING— PIPE — STEEL 

TOOLS— VALUES 

Phones 2-4657 — 2-465S 
1136 - 11th Street Aupustn, Cii. 



EVERYONE EATS 

Krispy Kreme 
Doughnuts 

Open 24 Hours 




Claude Harper 



Compliments of 

Henry Darling, Inc. 

"Your Friendly Chevrolet 

Dealer" 

533 Broad Street 



S. Allen Cohen 

INSURANCE • LIFE 

FIRE • CASUALTY 

Phone 2-2731 

751 Reynolds Street 

Augusta. Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

JENNINGS' 
DRUG STORE 



B & B Lumber and 
Supply Co. 



IMuine 2-2359 



Ancusta. (la. 



RUILDIXc; .AIATERIAL 

I. U:\IBER . . MILLWORK 

SASH . . DOORS 

Yard nnd Office: Corner 13th St. 

1215 IVAnticnnc Strpof 



Phone 2-1728 
Call fnr and Deliver 

Vogue Cleaners 

R. L. MILLER. Prop. 

1356 Walton Way 

Augusta. Ga. 



Comi)limcnts of 

H. SHMERLING, 
Jeweler 

910 Broad Street 



MANUFACTURERS AND 



WORLD WIDE DISTRIBUTORS 



OF 



PLYWOOD - LUMBER - DOORS 




Georgia-Pacific Plywood Company 

GENERAL OFFICES: AUGUSTA, GA., U. S. A. 



CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE CLASS OF '53 



Davison's will be ready to serve you for 
your college clothes or career wardrobe 
just as we have with each previous 
graduation . . . from tiny tot through 
pigtails and teens. 



DaiisonTs 



M» 



864 Broad Street 
Augusta, Ga. 



Compliments of 

Your Lincoln Mercury 
Dealer 

Southern Motors, Inc. 

119 Ninth Street 

Phone 2-0433 
Augusta, Georgia 



College Pharmacy 

DRUGS — PRESCRIPTIONS 

Telephone 3-3687 

1810 Walton Way 
Augusta, Georgia 




Compliments of 



Southeastern Fur 



Compliments of 

Plumbers and 
Steamfitters 

LOCAL No. 150 
Augusta, Georgia 



Augusta Book Store 

S33 UUOAD STUEET 

BOOKS — CARDS — TOYS 

PARKER PENS 

GREETING CARDS 

RENTAL LIBRARY 




*^ . 

Gracie Merry 



Phone 2-0151 Night ■■',-:i611 

Nick A. Gavalas 

KXPERT CABINET MAKER 

925 D'Antignac Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



DIAL 3-9146 

Martin's 
Service Station 

A. 11. "RKI)' MARTIN. Prop. 

TEXACO GAS and OIL 

TIRE REPAIRING 

ROAD SERVICE 

Every Customer a Friend 
1739 Walton Way 



Compliments of 

Mulherin Lumber 
Company 



Murphy Stationery 
Company 

SOCIAL and COMMERCIAL 
STATIONERY 

718 Broad Street 

Dial 2-2122 




> ^ 1 
Jimmy Bardin 



Beckum & Jones 

BETTER JEWELRY 

Elgin, Hamilton Watches 

Diamonds — Silver 

Crystal — China 



857 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

Hull, Willingham, 
Towill fir Norman 



Compliments of 

Empire Furniture 
Company 

'COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD 
FURNISHINGS" 

1201-03 BROAD STREET 
DIAL 2-5435 



For Best Results Call Hulse! 

Hulse Laundry, inc. 

LAUNDERERS AND 
DRY CLEANERS 

Plant: 1S7G Ellis St. Dial 3-4451 

Branch: 320 Eighth St. Dial 2-2460 



F. E. Ferris & Co. 



MEN'S CLOTHING 



752 Broad Street 



Compliments of Music Dept. 
of 

H. L. Green 



LATEST RECORDINGS BY 
TOP ARTISTS 

Sheet Music Accessories 



THE STATION MOST AUGUSTA PEOPLE 
LISTEN TO MOST 




CBS — RADIO 

DIAL 1480 5000 WATTS 



CLARENCE MOBLEY CONTRACTING 
COMPANY 

GENERAL COXTRACTORS 

"LOWEST PRICE - MAINTENANCE CONSIDERED' 




^fian ^U(^^mmni^j^0. 




COMPLETE RUG SERVICE 
ORIENTAL AND DOMESTIC 

AUTHOUIZEI) and FnANCHlSEI) 
KAUPKT ■ KARE CLKANEltS 

Office: PartrldKe Inn 

6-30G7 

I'l;mt: ErnineU St. 



DIAL 4-5417 



Auto Supply Co. 

214-218 Sixth Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments of 

THE STRATLEY 
RESTAURANT 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF A 

Friend 



Leroy's Market 

TENDER MEATS— GROCERIES 
FRESH PRODUCE 

1859 Central Avenue 

Augusta, Georgia 

Phone 3-6604 



Phone 4-3243 




Call for 


Waddey Office Supply, 




^^^--^^ 


Inc. 

"COMPLETE OFFICE 




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UU Ir 11 lEKb 










224 Eighth St. Augusta, Ga. 




SOUTH'S FINEST SINCE 1S41 


/mjL Boordmon 
Iv Motors, 


Ma 


rion H 


i 
ill 

Compliments of 


Inc. 




Fulcher, Fulcher 


1290 Broad St. Tel. 4-5533 
Augusta, Georgia 




and Hagler 


STUDEI3AKKR SALES and SERVICK 







Compliments 
of The 

Bon Air Hotel 



Congratulations From 

Pinnell Heating and 
Air Conditioning, Inc. 

855 Walker Street 
Aug-usta, Georgia 



Best Wishes 

Kilduff's Variety 
Stores 

"The Litlle Slures Willi the 

Large Variety" 
Ci fiinvenient Locations 



Finaiue Bank Rates 



House Trailers 



Sammons Cr Coffey 
Trailer Sales, Inc. 

('. FI.OVIl SA.MMO.VS. I'ri'S. 

Telephone 3-2U6 

SPARTAN. VAGAHOND. "M" SYSTEM. 

i>ro. KOZY STAR. h:lcars. 

RICHARDSON. SII.VERIKIME. CLIDER 

New and Used House Trailers 

2S2fi MllledKeville Road AucuHta. Ga. 

r S. Ilichwn.v No. 1 and 78 S(nith 



COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


BOYS' 


CATHOLIC 


HIGH SCHOOL 


- 



ENJOY MOVIES THE 
MODERN WAY 

AT 

Sky View Driye-ln 
Theatre 



"The South's Finest Outdoor 
Cinema" 



Olive Road (Heard Avenue 
Extension) 

• 
DIAL 6-1932 

• 



C ONGRATULATIONS 



FROM 



^^^^^i 



719 Broad Street 



Irvin Realty Co. 

722 Greene Street 

Augusta, Ga. 

"The Best Is the Cheapest 
in the Long- Run" 

Sales — Management — Rentals 



Motor Oils — Greases 
Fuel Oils 
Chemicals 
Sanitary Supplies 

Your Piitronage Solicited and 
Appreciated 

Phoenix Oil Co. 

(i25 - 5th Street Augusta. Ga. 





Phone 2-2820 


Easy 


Credit Supply 
Company 


Extra 


Fine Men's Clothing 


Formerl.v 

G. B. GAVALAS 6 SON'S 

Philip E. Culpepper 

305 Ninth St. Augusta. Ga. 



Compliments of 




Roofings and Sheet Metal 
Contractors 

1423 Reynolds St. Phone 2-447: 
.\u.eusta. Georgia 



ROSENTHAL'S 
Shoes 

"Guaranteed for Quality" 

nRESS SHOES SCHOOL SHOES 

KEDS BOOTS 

CAPEZIO BALLETS 



nns Broad Et. 



Dial L'-41'12 



GOOD HEALTH TO ALL 
FROM REXALL 

Lane - Liggett 
Drug Store 

Eighth and Broad 
1522 Walton Wav 




Mocuch Steel Products 
Company 

ENGINEERS, DESIGNERS, 
and CRAFTSMEN 

iri:i(l AuKusta Ave. Plioiic 2-n30,"i 

Augusta. Georgia 

FABRICATOKS OF STRUCTURAL 
ORNAMENTAL AND 

MISrHl.l.ANKOUS STKEI. 



Gene Griffin 



C^ompliments of 

Southern Finance 
Corporation 

KKALTORS 

LOANS, REAL E:STATE 

RENTS. IXSl'RANCE 



Roberts Motor Co. 

Ill Eighth St. Dial I14JIJ.T 

Augusta. Georgia 

DE SOTO — PLYMOUTH 

Atithorized 

SALES — SERVICE 



Ka 


m Lee 


Laund 


ry 




631 Ellis 


Street 






Phone 1 


2-8414 






Augusta, 


Georgia 






CASH and 


CARRY 






ICHARDS' 



FINE 
FURNITURE 

Interior 
Decorating 

Carpet. 
Draperies 

564 Creene St. 



Compliments 
of a 

Friend 



Compliments 
of 

AJAX SEW-VAC 
STORES 

1535 Walton Way 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 


of 




Unity Super 


Market- 


1119 Ellis Street 


1128 Broad 


Street 



DIAL 2-5588 



Dixie Cab Service 

553 Ellis Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



"Reha 



cJlj[ufphy 



DRESSES . . . COATS . . . 
SUITS . . . MILLINERY 

MAXWELL HOUSE 

Greene and Tenth Streets 

Augusta. Georgia 



John F. Brickie & 
Company 

BICYCLES — LAWNMOWERS 

REPAIRS 

Cash Registers and Market 

Equipment 

S46-S4S Ellis St. Dial 2-0437 



Compliments 



of 



GREENES'. Inc. 



Broome Motor Soles 

12th and Reynolds Streets 

Augusta, Ga. 

Phones 2-6469—2-6460 

R. O. BROOME. Owner 
C. M. OTYSON. Manager 



Compliments 



ot a 



Friend 



.AU-i't Your Fi-ifiids Wrvv 

Varsity Drive-ln 

r.winneit :nu\ Drniil l':irk Avenue 

AusuKtii. r.a. I'hone 4-:in45 

Specializing in 

nAU-B-cuE poi;k 

LAMB — CHICKEN — ALL SEA FOOD 

FOUNTAIN SERVICE 

We Deliver Anywhere in the City 



Two and One-Half Per Cent Interest 

Paid on Savings Deposits 

Deposits Insured Up to $10,000 

Interest Compounded Senii-Annually 

Realty Savings Bank 

Augusta's Only Bank Strictly for Savings" 
Member F. U. 1. C. 

xJ7 r.rnad Pi Auuustn. Ca, 



Tompkins Music 
Company, Inc. 

KuLHirds — Radios — Pianos 
Electric Appliances 

Refrigerators- Home Freezers— Ranges 

Water Heaters— Fans — Irons— Washers 

.Musical Instruments and Accessories 

T-ITUKS — PARTS — SERVICE 

I'lH.n.' ■'-::'.:::' "1^ ^"i ^' 



Coniiiliments of 

Edmunds Drug Co. 




•In 


business K 


or Your 


He 


ilth 




Phone 


2-6855 
.\ugusla 


502 
. (Jcorg 


Br. 

a 


ad 


St. 


Your 


Druggist 


to Down 


To 


wn 




Augusta 










Extends Congratulations 
and Best Wishes! 

"Always First Quality" 



"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 

Richard Timmerman 

Bonded Memher of the Florist Telegraph 



Delivery Association 

Bush's Florist 



mnc. Broad St. 
.\ngusta. Ga. 
Phone I'-lM'i: 



Greenhouses 
111 W. I'ine Grove Ave. 

I'll, III.- --::.■-- 



Compliments 

Audio-Visual Center 

216 - 12th St. Aug-usta, Ga. 

R. G, SMITH, JR., MgT, 

Everything for the Audio- 
Visual Program 



Fifth Avenue Shoppe 

"The Shoppe All Women Know" 

Where 

"The Most Beautiful Clothes 

Are Sold" 

829 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 



AUGUSTA SPORTING GOODS CO., Inc. 

Exclusive Distributors 

MacGREGOR — GOLDSMITH ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 

GOLF, TENNIS, BASKETBALL and 

FOOTBALL SUPPLIES 

210-212 Eig:hth Street Phone 2-6007 



Belmont Restaurant 

24 HOUR SERVICE 

SEA FOOD and WESTERN 

STEAK OUR SPECIALTY 

Phones 2-9398 and 2-6796 

716 Broad Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Motor Service & 
Parts Company 

551 Ellis Street 

Augusta, Georgia 

Dial 4-4345—4-4346 



KEEP HAPPY SEE A GOOD MOYIK 

IMPERIAL and RIALTO 
THEATRES 



Frank Goldberg Co. 

Featuring Exclusively the Following 
Junior Lines: 

MINX MODES — CARLYE 
MARION McCOY 
DORIS DODSON 



PHOXE e-5204 


WE DELIVER 


Monte Sano 


Hardware 


PAINT — HARDWARE — 


SPORTING 


GOODS 


1428 Monte Sa 


no Avenue 


C. E. BLANCHARD 


Au.ciistn. f 


eorei:i 



A. R. C. 
CLASS RINGS 



for 
Any Graduation Year 

Write— 

Herff - Jones Co. 

II S. (■A\l--|KI.|l 

46S HIackland Rd.. X. W. 

Atl.nntn 5. Oeorpla 



A Complete Graduation Service 

Invitations — Cards 

Pins — Medals — Trophies 

Diplomas — Caps and Gowns 



Meriam Ezelle 

INTERIORS and DISTINCTIVE 

GIFTS 

PICTURE FRAMING 

2068 Walton Way 



For Flowers 

It's 

Central Garden 

Florist 



••If It's New- 


-We Have 


It" 


DALEY'S 




MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR 


Phone 2-1656 


1008 Broa 


dSt. 


Augusta, 


Georgia 





Richmond Candy 
Venders, Inc. 

Highway 78 Phone .'5-2626 

All Kinds of 

AUTOMATIC VENDING 

MACHINES 



START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT 
EARN LIBERAL DIVIDENDS 

Safety Insured Up to ?10. 000.00 

First Federal Savings 

& Loan Association 

of Augusta 

127 Seventh Street 



Sidney Smith Paper 
Company 

562 Reynolds Dial 2-6360 

PAPER CUPS — NAPKINS 
TOILET TISSUE 

Augusta, Georgia 

Distributors for 

E-Z OPENER BAG COMPANY 



Compliments 

L. J. Henry Company 

Exclusive Dealer 

Rem ngton Rand Products 
Ditto Products 

101 Seventh Street 
Dial 2-0411—2-0412 
Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 
of a 

Friend 



An Unbeatable 
Pair 



Sancken^l 

. MILK 



and 

!3 



SonckenV 
ICECREAM . 



A DIVISON OF 
THE BORDEN COMPANY 



Kings Way Pharmacy 

21117 Kings Way Phone 3-4456 

Augusta. Georgia 

Two Good Re.xall Drug Stores . 

Monte Sano Pharmacy 

1426 .Monte Saiui .Vvcmie 
6-255.T 



Elliott Sons 

PRIVATE AMBULANCE 
Phone 2-5566 



Compliments of 



Augusta Shoe Repair 



Prop. — SawDowsky 

961 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



East Boundary 
Cleaners 

E. M. CROZIER RUSSELL PLUNKETT 

DRY CLEANING- 
AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY 



DIAL 20088 



m 



Elaine Hogan 



E. B. Satcher, Jr. 



Bear Wheel Aligning — Frame 

Straightening — Wheel Balancing 

— General Reiiair Work 

TIRE SKIMMING 

1215-17-19 Reynolds St. 

Augusta. Ga. 



rilDllf 2-4."iS3 IIIL' K. l)i)\ilul:iry 



Hutcheson-Bentley 

F U R N 1 T U R E 
914 Telfair Street 

Phone 2-9995 
Augusta, Georgia 



Marbut 


Milling 

Ltd. 


Co. 


FAIRWAY 


DEPENDABLE 
FEEDS 


Augusta, Georgjia 





Comjiliments 



nf 



Bailie's Parking Lot 

739 Reynolds Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



VISIT THE 

Pig 'n Whistle 

15th and Hicks Streets 




1900 MiUedgeviUe Road— Augusta, Ga. 

Phone 2-0451 



Compliments 
of ' 



Skinner Auto Supply 
Company 



Phoenix Printing Co. 



Phone 2-5262 745 Ellis St. 



Augusta, Georgia 



JOHNSON, LANE, SPACE & CO. 

GOVERNMENT — MUNICIPAL — INDUSTRIAL 

STOCKS BONDS 

INVESTMENT TRUST 

721 Herald Bldg. Phone 2-7741 

Augusta, Savannah, Atlanta 



Compliments 
of 



Augusta Bottlers 
Association 







Compliments of 


H. 


P. 


"Pop" 


Schneider's 






SERVICE 


STATION 




47 


- 13th Stre 


et at Reynolds 






PHONE 


2-7910 






Augusta 


Georgia 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SOUTHERN LUBRICATING COMPANY 

Distributors of 
CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS 



VALVOLINE OIL 



AUGUSTA OFFICE 
SUPPLY 

Augusta's Newest and Most 
Modem Stationery Store 



Broad at Tenth 
PHONE 4-3512 



"Service a Specialty' 




AA I I. I. I N & ^^ C O . 

Lock Drawer 740 

FOR THE DISCRIMINATING 

BUYER 

HIGHEST QUALITY 




Feeders & Growers 
Exchange, Inc. 

Feeds — Seeds — Baby Chicks 

209-219 Eleventh Street 
Aujrusta, Geoi-pria 




S. Donald Fortson 
Company 

MILL . . MINE . . .TEXTILE 

AND CONTRACTORS 

SUPPLIES 

901 Reynolds Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Compliments 

Carolina Springs 

SWIMMING — DANCING 
PICNIC GROUNDS 



Belle — rm gonna sue that theme-corrector for 

libel! 
Nell — What dyuh mean? 
Belle — She said that my antecedents were mixed 

and my relatives couldn't be worse. 
— Beaupot 



"That guy can't tell the truth even when he's 

sleeping." 

"Yeah, how come?" 

■'He lies in bed." 

— Panther. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SOUTHERN ROAD BUILDERS, Inc. 

(Formerly Bowe Contracting Co., Inc.) 
GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



540 Reynolds Street 



Augusta, Georgia 



MODERNERA SANDWICH SHOP 

301 Eighth Street 

"THE NEWEST AND CLEANEST IN TOWN" 
TEENAGERS' GATHERING PLACE 

Sandwiches and Malts — Soft Drinks 



Compliments 
of 



Toole Supply Co. 



\V, K. lienlley 



\V. V. Bentley. Jr. 



FOR THE BEST IN MOVIES 

VISIT 

THE SOUTH'S FINEST THEATRE 

THE MILLER 



.^^^ 



DEVELOPING 


Al 


PRINTING 


1 


ENLARGING 


PHOTO 


SHOP 


606 Broad St. 


Dial 2-7013 


.■\iiiru.-^ta. 


GeorKia 




.*/ 



AI. Lyons 



Corr 


ipliments of 


Starr S 


mith 
Inc. 


Motors, 


DODGE 


— PLYMOUTH 


521 


Broad 


street 



W. F. Bentley Cr Son 

FINE FURNITURE 
901 Broad Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



Presenting the PICK of 
The Pictures 



Coniplimciit.s of 

Emory Williamson 
Company 

BROKERS and 
DISTRIBUTORS 



W. T. Grant Co. 



KNOWN FOR VALUES 



930 Broad Street 



Compliments 
of 

Richmond Hotel 



Maner Hardware 
& Supply Co. 



Phone 4-5466 



1033 Broad St. 



BUILDING MATERIALSS 

POWER TOOLS 
PAINTS and HARDWARE 



Compliments of 

Tabb Finance Co. 

S. F. C. Building 
2-3506 



Where Quality, Accuracy, and 
Fair Policy Prevail 

TWIGGS 

PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS 
TO EYE PHYSICIANS 



Augusta, Ga. 



Phone 2-5077 



E. R. Davis Fuel 
Oil, Inc. 



2-5787 



Norvell Fixture & 
Equipment Co. 

SCHOOL LUNCH ROOM 
EQUIPMENT 

"HOT LUNCHES FOR 
HIGH GRADES" 



Georgia Neon Sign 
Company 

Dial 2-2793 427-31 - 8th St. 

SIGNS— NEON— HIGHWAY 
COMMERCIAL 

GEORGE DROST. JR. 
Augusta. Georgia 



Compliments of 

The Furniture Market 

FURNITURE, STOVES and 
HOUSEHOLD SPECIALTIES 



Dial 



-6446 



1019-21 Broad Street 

Augusta, Georgia 



Hopeful athlete: "I have a chance for the football 

team." 
She: "Are they going to raffle it off? 

— Buccaneer 



Little Bobby, age five years, had been taken to a 
basketball game. That night, as he knelt at his 
bedside and said his evening prayers, he ended 
them with this: 

"God bless Mama. God bless Papa, God Bless 
Stevens — Rah. Rah, Rah." 

— Sour Owl 



Compliments 
of 

Pratt's Supplies 



F. I. Schueler Agency 

REALTORS 

Real Estate 

GENERAL INSURANCE 

133 Eighth Street 

Phone 2-3504 



Compliments of 

Osbon Auto Supply 
Company 

Fisk Tires — Fisk Batteries — 
Auto Parts — Recapping 

—EASY TERMS— 
1J.".',-S5 Broad St. Augusta. Ca. 



Dealers: 

SEL.MER — OLDS — HALTON — 
MARTIN — EDGWARE 

Schneider's Music 
Center 

"Everything Musical" 

312 - Sth street Phone 4-8947 

.\umista. C!eorBi:i 



Compliments of 

Sharpton Jewelers 

YOUR DISCOUNT HOUSE 
304 Eighth Street 



! ■wwaii -« 



•1 s 




Dudley Baird 



Lake View Pharmacy 

"Open 24 Hour.^ a Day" 

1800 Broad Street 

Phone 3-4495 
Augusta. Georgia 



Compliments of 

T. J. Carstarphen 
Company 

-WHOLESALE- 
TOBACCO — DRUG SUNDRIES 
PAPER — CANDIES 



'hnne 2-42G~ 



11121 Telfair St. 



Congratulations 



B & T Used Cars 



ALL YOUR CLOTHES 



SHOULD GO TO— 



Knows 



Compliments of 

Harry H. Bell, Jr. 

and 

John C. Bell 



Woodward Lumber 
Company 

BUILDING MATERIALS 

CURTIS WORK 

LUMBER — PAINTS 

101" Roberts St. Ausustii. Cla. 

Phone 2-4IU1-12-1:! 




E. D. Marks. President 
A. M. Boyer. Jr.. Vice-Pres. 

Marks Heating and 
Air Conditioning 

702 Twiggs St. Phone 2-3i;t.T or 2-1940 

Augusta. Georgia 

Westinghouse Air Conditioiing S.vstems 

Williams Oil-0-Matic Burners 

Lenox Heating Equipment 

American Radiator Co.. Heating Equipment 

Engineering Contractors . . Oil. Coal 

or Gas Heat — Air Conditioning 



June Myrick Gordcn City 

Engraving Company 

Inc. 
Designing Photo-Engraving Illustrating 

Blue Brints — B. W. Prints 
Photo Copies 



.•^o.T Reynolds St. 
Phone 2-BT:)4 



P. O. Box 64 
Augusta. Ga. 



SMOKE 








HAY 


A-TAMPA 








. . . CIGARS 


John 


J. 


Miller 


Co. 




Distributor 





Wylie's Five Cr Ten 
Cent Store 

Where Prices Are Rifrht 
2106 Central Avenue 



Greetings 



Electrical 

Equipment 

Company 



Compliments of 




ORKIN 



Wor/d'l Lorgtit Ptit Conlrol Co. 



S13 Upyiiollls 



C:ill I'-iniir, 



WYKE C. IVET. JR. 

W. C. Jyey Coal Co. 

45 Years of Serving Augusta 

COAL, FUEL OIL, and 
CHARCOAL 



Dial 2-921S 30(19 Roberts St. 

AiiirnstM. fJ.'of-L'iTi 



Draughon's Business 
College 

30 Eighth St. Phone 2-2806 

Specialized Tralnins Offered In 

SEritET.MllAL. EXECUTIVE SECUE- 

TAItlAL. ACCOVNTIXG. AM) 

HI SI NESS ADMINISTRATION 

COURSES 

IVrsoiiMlized Placement Servlcp 



1. 


H. 


Cohen Agency 


ILM 


Eightl 

IK IT 


St. Phone 2 5377— 2-5378 

IS OOOI) INSURANCE. 
■'. K SELL IT 



Augusta Neon Sign 
Service 

Sal?s — Rentals — Maintenance 
SPEARS SIGN SERVICE 



Bassford Motor Co. 

Ltd. 
1447 Broad St. Phone 2-701S 

Be Smart — Ride a Cushman 
Motor Scooter to School 

Distributors: All Kinds 

MERCURY — CANOES — BOATS 

OUTBOARD MOTORS and CRUISERS 



Augusta Radio Co. 

Radios — Home Appliances 
Phonograph Records 

"Augusta's Largest Record Dept." 
855 Broad St. Dial 2-221S 





730 Broad Street 



Duane Grice 



Georgia Hatters & 
Cleaners 

SHIRT LAUNDRY 

B. A. GAVALAS. Proprietor 

Dial 2-4094 

316 Eighth Street 



Georgia Sporting 
Goods, Inc. 

Broad Street at Monument 
Augusta's Only Dealer In 

Ra-wling's Athletic Equipment 

Dial 2-1961 
ART PATCHIN. Manager 



Augusta Typewriter 
Exchange 



• SOLD 

• REPAIRED 

• RENTED 
•EXCHANGED 



All Makes of 

Typewriters 

and Adding 

Machines 



Typewriter Supplies — Rebuilt Machines 



Developing, Printing, Enlarging 

N & W Camera 
Exchange 

"Everything Photographic" 

CAMERAS— PHOTO Sl'PPLIES — 
ACCESSORIES 

MOVIE EQUIPMENT 

Dial 2-41157 220 Eighth St. 



Patronize 



Augusta Ice & Coal 
Company 



100' 



Home Industry 



To The Students of 

ACADEMY OF RICHMOND 

COUNTY 

and 

JUNIOR COLLEGE OF 

AUGUSTA 

Greetings 



Harbin's Flowers 


& Gifts 


Metcalf at Walton Way 


Au.trusta, Geortria 




Otlif Auguflla CChronirU 



Geo'*" 
TUE AUGUSTA HER-VLD 




FINE PHOTOGRAPHY 

Portraits — Commercial 
Weddings 

Robert Wilkinson 

Studios at S71 liroad Street 
DIAL 2-3070 



Larry Bennett 



FOR THE BEST 
TRY 

Simkins Seeds 

1129 Broad Street 
Call 2-5327 




Compliments 
of 



^UJBF^ 



Home of Better Values 



Department Store 

EXTENDS BEST WISHES 

for 

CONTINUED SUCCESS 

. . . Belk's Is Headquarters in 
Augusta for the Well-Dressed 

Schoolhnv nr Girl 



^uiea^afiA^ 



fLp^jttoaiafik^ 




TO THE CLASSES OF '53 

Follow the Leader: 

Happy Landings! 

—The Rainbow Staff 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 
PRIXTER: WALTON PRINTING COMPANY 
ENGRAVER: GARDEN CITY ENGRAVING COMPANY 
PHOTOGRAPHER: WILKINSONS STUDIO 
COVER DESIGN: RILL PETERS. ACADEMY OK HICnMOND COINTY